Anne Louise (Smith) Read
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CA MtA MtA85
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[ca. 1942], 1955 (Creation)
- Read, Anne Louise (Smith), 1886-1968
0.3 cm of textual records
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Anne L. Read was born in 1886, the daughter of J. Willard and Frances (Hanson) Smith, Saint John, New Brunswick. She entered Mount Allison University in 1903, receiving a Household Science Diploma in 1905, and a BA degree in 1906. In 1911 she married Herbert William Read, a native of Sackville, New Brunswick, who had received a BA degree from Mount Allison in 1905. She served on the Board of Regents for 30 years. During the Centenary of Education for Women in 1954, she received an Honourary LL.D. degree. She died in 1968.
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Fonds consists of an address delivered at a graduation banquet for Mount Allison Home Economics students, by Anne Louise Read (ca. 1942), containing early history of the Massey Treble School of Home Economics, and a photograph of Mount Allison University Class of 1905, at their 50th reunion, 1955 (includes Herbert and Anne Read).
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Donated by Fran Smith, 1990.
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Address is in holograph form