Fonds F3294 - Dorothy Elizabeth Long fonds

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Dorothy Elizabeth Long fonds

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CA ON00340 F3294

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  • 1922-1976 (Creation)
    Long, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1901-1990

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1.21 m of textual records
14 photographs

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Dorothy Elizabeth Toye (1901-1990) was an administrator in women's missionary work in the United Church. She was born in Toronto, and studied at Victoria College, Bryn Mawr, and the University of Toronto (Ph.D.). She taught high school, and married Ernest Edgar Long in 1931. She was active in church school, Canadian Girls in Training, the Woman's Missionary Society, the Woman's Association, and the United Church Women. She sat on national Boards of the United Church, and served as President of the Dominion Board of the Woman's Missionary Society from 1957-1960. She was also involved in community organizations and national and international ecumenical organizations such as the World Alliance of Reformed Churches; and published numerous articles.

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This material forms part of the General Council program of the United Church of Canada Archive.

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Fonds consists of papers and publications re education, Canadian Girls In Training, various United Church women's groups, Boards and Committees; and papers and printed material re personal and congregational life in Toronto.

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