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Como Lake Preschool fonds
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- Como Lake Preschool
3.41 m of textual records
ca. 1000 photographs : col.
ca. 300 photographs : b&w
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Como Lake Preschool was founded in 1952 by Mrs. A Bennie and Mrs. Ellen Iveson in a rumpus room in the Sapperton District of New Westminster. When Mrs. Iveson moved to Coquitlam in 1954, the play group became more formalized and was relocated, first to a rented garage, then to the Como Lake United Church. The first teacher was hired in 1956 for morning classes of about twenty four and five year old children. In 1964, the preschool relocated again to the Scout Hall in Blue Mountain Park, where it remained until its dissolution. Como Lake Preschool operated as a parent participation preschool, which involved parents cooperating to run the preschool with qualified teachers.
Prior to transfer, records were held by the last President of the preschool, Jacquie Hutchinson. Prior to the dissolution of the preschool, records were held at the Blue Mountain Scout Hall under the control of the preschool?s administration.
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The fonds consists of records pertaining to the development and administration of the Como Lake Preschool from its inception in 1952 through to its dissolution in 2011. The fonds consists of committee meeting minutes, administrative records, newsletters, procedural handbooks, photographs, promotional materials, and a leather-bound history of the preschool. The records have been divided into 3 series as follows:
Series 1: Meeting Minutes
Series 2: Administrative records
Sub-series 1: Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines
Sub-series 2: President?s Files
Sub-series 3: Newsletters
Sub-series 4: Written Histories
Sub-series 5: Ephemera
Sub-series 6: Financial records
Sub-series 7: General Administration
Series 3: Photographs
No original arrangement apparent. The Archivist arranged the fonds into three series according to the content of the records.
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