Item 2007.22.01 - Diamond Jubilee Celebration 1/5

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Diamond Jubilee Celebration 1/5

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CA THT RDixon-2007.22.01

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  • July 1 1927 (Creation)
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    Sackville

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1 B&W photograph
9 x 14.5 cm
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Organizations in the Parade: W.C.T.U., 1867-77, Civic Council, 1877-87, St. Paul’s W.A., 1887-97, Ladies Aid U.C., 1897-1907, Book Club, 1907-17, St. Paul’s Club, 1917-27.
Front Row: Mrs. J. Brunton, Mrs. Blakeney, Mrs. H. Palmer, Mrs. Humphrey, Mrs. Trites, Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. A. Ford, Mrs. H. Berman, Mrs. W. A. Fawcett
Middle Row: Mrs. Colpitts, Mrs. Snowdon, Mrs. Teed, Mrs. Chas. Siddall, Mrs. V. Oulton (Queenie), Mrs. G. R. Viets, Mrs. Jonah, Mrs. H. Hicks
Top Row: Mrs. F. Atkinson, Miss Frances Johnson, Mrs. Fred Dixon, Mrs. A. H. McCready, Mrs. George Trueman, Miss Teed, Miss Dora Johnson

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Item was kept in the possession of Jean Margaret Dixon, until they were donated to the Tantramar Heritage Trust through her nephew Raymond Dixon in 2008.

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Item is a photograph of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Canada’s Confederation, 1 July 1927. This photograph shows a group of women in period costume representing different eras. The picture was taken on the front steps of the Men’s Residence at Mount Allison University (entrance off York Street).

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