Fonds F 231 - Frederick A.R. Chapman fonds

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Frederick A.R. Chapman fonds

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F 231

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  • 1965 - 1970 (Creation)
    Chapman, Frederick A. R.

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5 books

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([ca. 1953])

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Frederick A. R. Chapman attended Queen's College, Cambridge, England earning his honours M.A. degree in Law. He articled for three years and was admitted as a Solicitor in England.

He immigrated to Canada during World War II, he joined the staff at Ryerson Institute of Technology in 1953 as a Senior Lecturer in Law. He was the director of Secretarial Science, and for two years he was a Canadian Associate of the Institute for Certifying Secretaries. He was a charter member of the British Institute of Export, and helped set up the University of Toronto's extension course in Foreign Trade.

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File contains books about Canadian law written by Fred Chapman while he was a professor at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

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