Clarence Montague Boswell fonds Help




Clarence Montague Boswell fonds


Dates of Creation 




Physical Description 


6.6 m of textual records
276 photographs
26 maps


Scope and Content 


Fonds consists of legal case files, legal records and correspondence including letter books, journals and financial records. Records also personal correspondence, genealogical correspondence, and newspaper clippings about his wife and the Dubuc family, and photographs of the Boswell, Dubuc and Coupal families. Fonds also includes records relating to Boswell's sporting interests, and his First World War military service with the Winnipeg Rifles including training publications and notes, military correspondence, orders, and field messages, photographs, and trench maps of France, Germany and Belgium.


Administrative History or Biographical Sketch 


Clarence Montague Boswell (1876-1965) was a Winnipeg lawyer who served overseas with the Winnipeg Rifles during the First World War.

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Boswell, Clarence Montague


Restrictions on Access 


There are no restrictions on access to these records.


Terms For Use and Reproduction 


Researchers are responsible for observing copyright legislation. Permission may be required for any form of publication or exhibition where records are not in the public domain.


Custodial History 


Records were donated to the Archives of Manitoba by the Boswell estate in 1965.




Some of the photographs were previously located in the Archives Research Room photograph cabinets.


Former Codes 


MG14 C4; C103


How to proceed

These records must be consulted in Archives Research Room. Consult listings database for more information.

This material is not available for microfilm loan.

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