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CA MtA 927
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1947, 1993 (Creation)
- Frame, Fredette
0.3 cm of textual records
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Winifred (McGill) Fox of Kentville, Nova Scotia, attended the Mount Allison Ladies’ College, graduating from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts in 1930.
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Fonds consists of material concerning Winifred Fox, compiled by Fredette Frame while doing research towards the exhibition “The Mount Allison Ladies’ College 1854-1937", Owens’ Art Gallery. Mount Allison University, 3 December 1993 to 16 January 1994. This includes: a letter to Fredette from Winifred Fox, 7 August 1993; "The Flowing Summer", by Charles Bruce, with illustrations by Winifred Fox, 1947; "Nova Scotia Book Illustrators, 1900-1960", from an exhibition catalogue, Dalhousie Art Gallery, 1993, with references to Winifred Fox; and "A show of history", by Julia Weston, from University affairs, December 1993, regarding Fredette Frame and the exhibition "The Mount Allison Ladies' College, 1854-1937", Owens' Art Gallery, 3 December 1993 - 16 January 1994.
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Transferred to the Archives August, 1993. Source unknown.
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See also: Pages form [her?] scrapbook, accession 8821.
"Jeweller to Queen Elizabeth”. Mount Allison Record, Spring 1972. (Copy in inventory file).
Exhibition catalogue - “The Mount Allison Ladies’ College, 1854-1937"", Owens Art Gallery, 3 December 1993 to 16 January 1994.