MC4 - Clarence J. Clarke

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Clarence J. Clarke

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  • [ca. 1967] (Creation)
    Clarke, Clarence Joseph

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4 pp. of textual records

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Biographical history

Clarence Joseph Clarke, the son of Adelia Jane Morrissey and William Daniel Clarke was born 7 October 1909 at Flume Ridge, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. On 23 August 1939 he married Estelle Josephine Dinsmore in Devon Parish, York County, New Brunswick. Initially, he worked as a lumberman in the mill inherited from his father. Later he moved to St. Stephen where he worked as a traveller for Ganong’s Candy Company. In 1968 he was living in Barker’s Point (now part of the city of Fredericton) where he had a siding business. Clarence J. Clarke died in 1986 and was buried in St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Fredericton.

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This fonds consists of two original poems entitled, “Canada, 1967” and “The Maple Leaf Flag”, along with a a letter from Clarence J. Clarke to then Premier Louis J. Robichaud offering the poems for use in the lobby of the Centennial Building.

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Transferred from the Premier's office in 1968.


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