Oral History

Mr. Donald Elliott 1990, 44 pages

Documenting the life and career of Donald Elliot (b. 1917), a lawyer who served as in-house counsel for the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). This interview concerns the TTC. Interview topics include: Osgoode Hall; articling; structure of TTC legal department; structure of TTC; changes in practice at TTC; retirement from TTC. Interview was conducted by Christine J.N. Kates. File includes two audio cassette recordings, a transcript with index (44 p.), and a copy one item of correspondence outlining how the oral history would be preserved and accessed through the Osgoode Society Oral History Programme's Oral History programme.

Status: Open

Occupation: Lawyer

Number of pages: 44

Read more about: In-House Counsel, TTC

Archive Details

Archive Link: https://aims.archives.gov.on.ca/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/DESCRIPTION_WEB/WEB_DESC_DET?SESSIONSEARCH&exp=sisn%2065231

Archive Code: C 81-2-0-14

Title: Interview with Donald Elliott

Date: Apr. 1990

Description: Textual records, Sound recordings

Physical Description: 1 file of textual records (includes 2 audio cassettes (ca. 90 minutes))

Restrictions: None

Container Info: (Textual records are located in container B436851; sound recordings are located in container B436726)

Location: Interview was conducted as part of the In-house Counsel Project.