Sub-series consists of registration cards for Brandon College, some of which were filled out in the students' own handwriting. Over time the format of the cards changed but at various times they contained information on: name; address (home and in Brandon); parents' names; age; religious denomination; date of entrance; course of study; birthdate; last school attended; whether or not the student was a church member (and if so where they attended church); occupation in view; phone number; and college department.
In 1924-1925, some of the students' registration cards are McMaster University initial registration cards, rather than the Brandon College registration card format. The reason for the use of the McMaster cards is unknown, however Brandon College was affiliated with McMaster University at the time. These particular cards contain information that is not included on the cards created by Brandon College. Additional information fields include: prepatory schools attended; how admitted to Brandon College (name of examination); where the examination was written and if the student obtained complete standing on that Examination; father's nationality; and mother's nationality.
Some years (1899-1908) also have a breakdown of the different denominations as represented by students attending Brandon College.
RG 1 Brandon College fonds
Series 4: Office of the Registrar
4.11 Registration cards
The sub-series is arranged by year. Some of the years are arranged numerically, while others are arranged alphabetically. Original order was maintained.
Contains the following files:
7.7 Unsorted Christmas cards after 1930
7.8 Unsorted Christmas cards after 1930
7.9 Unsorted Christmas cards after 1930
7.10 Unsorted Christmas cards after 1930
8.1 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.2 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.3 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.4 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.5 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.6 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.7 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
8.8 Unsorted greeting cards up to 1930
Part of the Alfred Angus Murray McPherson collection.