Fonds MS97 - Frederick Henry Phillips

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Frederick Henry Phillips

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  • 1940 - 1981 (Creation)
    Phillips, Frederick Henry

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Textual and photographic material

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Fred Phillips was born in Fredericton in 1910 and began working for the Daily Gleaner in 1930. A year later, he began working for the New Brunswick Bureau of Information, becoming assistant director in 1939. That year he enlisted in the Canadian armed forces as an army court reporter. After the war he returned to his position with the provincial government and in 1969 transferred to the PANB as the first photo archivist and retired in 1974. He wrote numerous articles on NB topics and was a member of the Shriners’, the Royal Canadian Legion and the York-Sunbury Historical Society . He died on July 5th, 1988.

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Series consist of correspondence and photographs of Frederick Henry Phillips.

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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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See also Provincial Archives of New Brunswick MC2114 for 4 meters to textual records and 18 albums of photos.

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