Fonds 927 - Fredette Frame

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Fredette Frame

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  • Textual record

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CA MtA 927

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  • 1947, 1993 (Creation)
    Frame, Fredette

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0.3 cm of textual records

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(fl. 1930)

Biographical history

Winifred (McGill) Fox of Kentville, Nova Scotia, attended the Mount Allison Ladies’ College, graduating from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts in 1930.

Custodial history

Information about the custody of these records prior to acquisition is incomplete.

Scope and content

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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  • English

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Inventory available at repository

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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.

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