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Parkdale-Maplewood Community Museum

Book, Instruction

Accession number: 2009.065
Date: May 22 1953 – October 3 1969
Materials: Paper
Measurements: 23.3 cm L x 18.1 cm W
Marks/Label: Typed in middle, bottom: Fed by the cool mountain streams, clear and unspoilt because of the clinging trees on the slopes, this stream will remain a fisherman's Paradise, - unless he forgets the hot ashes in that pipe when he steps ashore for a rest. Typed on back of book: Addition, Multiplication and Arithmetical Tables.
Culture: Canadian
Narrative: The Scarsdale Community Club was formed in 1953. The members raised money to build a community hall in which no dancing would be held and it could be used for church services. They bought an acre of land from Albert Eisner for $20.000 for this purpose. The hall was never built and the club disbanned. The land was sold back to Albert Eisner for $10.00 on October 3, 1969.
Description: Scribbler has a cover picture of a man fishing in a stream with trees and mountains in the background. Inside has hand written minutes of Scarsdale Community Club.