Fonds ath-2214 - Josephine Breckenridge fonds

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Josephine Breckenridge fonds

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CA ATH ath-2214

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1 cm of textual records. -- 1 photograph. -- 5 artifacts.

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The fonds consists of a photocopy of the first edition of the Edmonton Bulletin Dec.6, 1880; Napoleon Huberdeau's Canadian National Railways Operating Rules dated July 1, 1929; a photocopy of Albert Gyte's 1934 land tax receipt; and a 1964 photograh of Josephine's Grade 2 class. The artifacts are:3 house keys, a school strap, 3 silk mantles for a kerosene lamp, 2 packages of Reckitt's bag blue dye, and embroidery scissors that came from Norway with Johanna Skare, Olga Huberdeau's mother.

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Donated by Josephine Breckenridge in November, 2011


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The students in the 1964 class photograph are all named. Biographical information came from the Colinton history book "Colinton & Districts, yesterday and today".<br><br>Record No. 11.50 FFC, (photograph# 18172), (artifacts# 224-228)<br><br>

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