Collection MS22 - Douglas Evans Papers

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Douglas Evans Papers

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  • Variations in title: At KL, the series was originally named the “Harding fond”.

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  • 1927-1975 (Creation)
    Douglas Evans

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~2cm of Textual Records

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Biographical history

Douglas Evans was born in 1904 to Frederick and Ella M (Long) Evans. He had a farm near the Ring Road in Fredericton. Douglas did not marry and had no children. His family was of Welsh origin and came to New Brunswick from Wales in 1826. He died in 1981

Custodial history

Kings Landing acquired the collection from Dorothy Harding in 1994. It came from her farm which is near the Ring Road on the Royal Road in Fredericton. Mrs. Harding inherited the farm from Mr. Douglas Evans, who died in 1981. She was his caretaker. It was sent to the Provincial Archives in 2016, where it was processed as part of the Kings Landing Collection (MC4120).

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Series consists of a ledger, notebooks, and one instructional brochure belonging to the Evans Family.

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M94.19.54 B, M94.19.71.

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