Fonds Acc: 1996 - 01 - 01. - Malcolm Taylor McAdam Harding fonds

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Malcolm Taylor McAdam Harding fonds

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CA DRL Acc: 1996 - 01 - 01.

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  • [1938] (Creation)

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9 photographs

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Malcolm Harding was born in 1863. He was ordained Deacon in 1888, and a Priest the following year in Ontario. He was the Curate of Holy Trinity in Brockville, Ontario from 1888 - 1889 and St. George's Cathedral in Kingston Ontario from 1889 - 1892. He then moved to Manitoba to be the Rector of St. Matthew's in Brandon, Manitoba from 1893 to 1904. He also served as Rural Dean of Brandon from 1898 - 1904. In Saskatchewan, he became the Archdeacon of Assiniboia in Indian Head, and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Qu'Appelle from 1904 - 1909. He was Consecrated Coadjutor Bishop of Qu'Appelle in 1909 after serving as a travelling missionary in the Diocese since 1903. He was appointed Bishop in 1911, a position he held until he resigned in 1934. Harding also was Chancellor of St. Chad's College in Regina from 1923 to 1934, and Chancellor of St. John's College, Winnipeg when he returned to Manitoba in 1934. He was elected Archbishop and Metropolitan of Rupert's Land that year and served until 1943. From 1935 to 1943, he was the Dean of St. John's Cathedral. Archbishop Harding died in 1949.

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Photographs were transferred from the People File

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The surviving records of Malcolm Taylor McAdam Harding include photographs that are primarily portraits.

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The photographs are contained in one folder.

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Related material: Synod Journals

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No further accruals are expected

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The material is in English.

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