Fonds ID66 - Ernest A. Whitebone

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Ernest A. Whitebone

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CA MNBM ID66

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  • 1958-1966 (Creation)
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    Whitebone, Ernest Allan

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20 cm of textual records

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(1913-1966)

Biographical history

Ernest Allan Whitebone (1913-1966) taught in various city schools in Saint John, New Brunswick. He married Helen Margaret McKenzie Wilkins on 30 June 1938 at Saint John. Whitebone represented the parish of Simonds on the Saint John City and County Municipal Council and served on many committees in his capacity as Councillor. He was a member of the Saint John College Development Corporation, a group largely instrumental in the establishment in Saint John of a branch of the University of New Brunswick. He had an interest in Celtic culture and the Breton language.

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This fonds includes Saint John City and Municipality records, 1962-1965 and briefs and petitions regarding the Parish of Simonds, College Development Corporation, Rural Municipalities Assoc., 1961-1966. Personal material of Whitebone includes a copy of a Breton-English dictionary he wrote and papers by Whitebone on "The state and the common good" and "Cornwall".

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Acquired from Mrs. E.A. Whitebone, 1967

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