Fonds MS133 - Ethel Anderson

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Ethel Anderson

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  • 1905-c.1911 (Creation)
    Anderson, Ethel

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Ethel Anderson (4 Jan 1894 – 5 Feb 1972) was the daughter of William L. & Ella Sophie (Pallen) Anderson. She was born in Fredericton and was a lifelong resident of the city, graduated from UNB in 1916, and worked with J. Clark & Sons, as well as a secretary for the Lieutenant Governor, W.G. Clark. She was a member of the UNB Alumni Association, the University Women’s Club, the Anagwakade Chapter, IODE, and Christ Church -Parish Church.

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A series of six albums of 1,527 postcards collected by Ethel Anderson from 1905 to c.1911 and were donated by the executors of her estate as stipulated in her will and a series of 26 leather postcards.

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Donated by the executors of her estate as stipulated in her will


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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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