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Finding Aid - Frederick Barber Goodwillie fonds (PF82)

Frederick Barber Goodwillie fonds

3 cm of textual records (3 v.)

Biographical Sketch
Frederick Barber Goodwillie was born on March 17th, 1873, in Georgetown, Ontario. His father, Charles Stuart Goodwillie, was a prominent lawyer in the town. He attended the University of Toronto, and was admitted to Osgoode Hall Law School in 1894. Goodwillie was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1897, and practiced law with his father in Georgetown until his father's death in 1903. Following his father's death, Goodwillie moved to Melfort, Saskatchewan, where he established a law practice. During the First World War, Goodwillie served with the 11th Battallion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force and later with the Cyclists Corps. Goodwillie died on July 18th, 1951.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of three notebooks maintained by Frederick Barber Goodwillie while attending lectures during his second year at Osgoode Hall Law School. The notebooks contain his lecture notes for classes on contracts, equity, and personal property.
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Reference code / Title / Date
2006023-001 Lectures on contracts delivered at Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Ontario, by N.W. Hoyles, Q.C. during term 1895-1896 also 1896-1897. -- 11 Dec. 1895 - 15 Apr. 1897
2006023-002 Lectures on equity delivered at Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Ont. by. -- 9 Dec. 1895 - 23 Jan. 1896
2006023-003 Lectures on personal property. -- 4 Nov. 1895 - 5 Dec. 1895
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