Fonds MC324 - Saint Marys and Gibson Belgian and Soldier Relief Society

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Saint Marys and Gibson Belgian and Soldier Relief Society

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1 p. of textual records

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(fl. 1915)

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The St. Mary's and Gibson Belgian and Soldier Relief Society functioned in St. Mary's and Gibson, New Brunswick (now part of the city of Fredericton), during World War I, raising money for the purchase of food, clothing and other items for the relief of Canadian soldiers fighting at the Front in Europe. In Feburary 1915 the society held a musical concert for this purpose. The concert was deemed a success with approximately $50 being realized.

Source: "The Daily Gleaner" (Fredericton), 6 February 1915.

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This programme, which was performed on 4 February 1914, lists 15 items along with the names of the participants. Readings, music, and addresses by local clergymen are included on the programme.

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Donated to the archives by Velma M. Harold on 13 July 1992.


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