Fonds MC 460 - Kaye Walsh Fonds

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Kaye Walsh Fonds

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  • Textual record

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  • 1912-1996 (Creation)
    Kaye Walsh

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53cm of Textual Records.

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([ca. 1900s])

Biographical history

Kaye Walsh was the District Commissioner of the St. Andrews Girl Guides. She was appointed to that position in 1954 and was closely involved with several notable events involving the St. Andrews Girl Guides in following years. In 1956 she was the leader of a group of St. Andrews Girl Guides who attended Provincial Patrol Leaders Camp at Lake Utopia, in 1962 she was the leader of a group of St. Andrews Girl Guides who visited a cabana in Mexico, and in 1966 she visited Guide Headquarters in London. In 1970 she was appointed to the position of St. Andrews Division Guide Trainer.

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3 boxes of Girl Guides of the Passamaquoddy division administrative material, training material, material from special events, and scrapbooks. Also includes some documents from the Sea Rangers of the S.R.S. Haida, and administrative documents from St. Stephen, Milltown, Pennfield, St. George, Blacks Harbour and Deer Island Girl Guide and Brownie troops, as well as a scrapbook belonging to Kaye Walsh used for a trip to Mexico.

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Most of the material has frayed or bent edges, and the bindings of many of the scrapbooks are coming undone. Some material also displays water damage that makes some sections illegible, and some material may need to be flattened.

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Donated by Donna Walsh


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  • English

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