Inventory of the
Albert Tucker fonds

Inventory #F0604

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Fonds/Collection Number:F0604
Title:Albert Tucker fonds
Dates:1876-1989, predominant 1980-1986
Extent:0.9 metres of textual material
73 photographic slides : b&w and col. ; 35mm.
1 photograph : b&w ; 20 x 24 cm.
Biographical Sketch/
Administrative History:
Albert Tucker, former principal at Glendon College (1970-1975) and professor of history, taught at the college from 1966. During the Second World War, Tucker served in the ground crew of the Tactical Air Force. After demobilization, he returned to Canada and enrolled in the University of Toronto through the Veterans Education Plan. He earned his PhD at Harvard University before joining Glendon's history faculty. Heavily involved in the administration of the university, Tucker has served on University Senate and various committees.
Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of research notes and historical documents related to the creation of an official history of the John Labatt Brewing Company of Canada.

Restrictions on
Access and Use:
Access is open.
Finding Aid: File list available.
URL of Finding Aid:
Accruals: The fonds comprises the following accessions: 2011-025. Further accruals may be expected.
Associated Material: The Labatt's Brewing Company deposited their business records with Western University (see: Additional archival materials relating to the Labatt's Brewing Company can be found at the City of Saskatoon Archives (see:;rad) and the British Columbia Archives (see:;rad).
Immediate source of acquisition: Donated by Albert Tucker in 2011.
Subject Access Points:Labatt's Brewing Company
Provenance Access Points:Tucker, Albert

Date of creation: 2011/12/15
Date of last revision: 2011/12/15
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