Fonds ath-2210 - Constance Jukes Sanders fonds

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Constance Jukes Sanders fonds

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CA ATH ath-2210

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3 cm of textual records.

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The fonds consists of the diary of Constance Jukes Sanders kept from August 27, 1910 to April 6, 1911. There is both a hand written and a typed copy of the diary. Mentioned in the diary are the Bannerman family, Captain Charles Barber, Ruth Barber, Mrs. Blackwell, Captain Bowker, Mr. Box, Sofie Brazeau, Osburne Brown, James Cornwall, Mr. Cote, Mrs. Cull, Egge's Stopping House, Mrs. Falkner, Mr. Farrell, Mr. Fraser, Mrs. Gauthier, Mrs. Greer, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Hautin, Holmes girls, Mr. Jackson, Setty Johnstone, Mrs. Keith, Miss Lang, Mr. Liss, Mrs. McDonnell, Judge McGuire, Ethel McKernan, Irene McKinley, Mrs. McKinnan, Mathilda McLeod, Mr. Martingale, Mrs. Mills, Dr. Milne, Cecil Milne's wedding to Ted Herbert, Miss Osler, Patry's Stopping House, Mr. Pearson, Mrs. Pollett, Mrs. Rennison, Archdeacon and Mrs. Robins, Anne Robinson, Mr. Royds, Mrs. Sawle and Bonny, Mr. Selby, Sgt. Shurer, Mr. Smith, Mr. Stanton, Miss Waghorn, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Mr. Waugh, Rev. Mr. White, Rayner Whiteley, Rev. Mr. Winch, Mrs. James Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wood, Lewis Wood, and Nell Young. Activities described include church attendance, a boating trip, dances, tennis, cards, house work, horseback riding,and a trip to England to visit Jukes relatives.

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The hand written copy of the diary was donated by Hugh Pearson Jr. in 1985 . The typed copy was donated by Kathleen Pearson in 2008.


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  • The material is in English.

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The spelling of the names mentioned may not be accurate. Accession # 08.03 has been digitized and is available at<br><br>Record No. 85.92;08.03<br><br>

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