Wilson family Royalty & First and Second World War memorabilia
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1917-1945; 1975-1976; 1981 (Creation)
50 cm textual records
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This collection was gathered by Hartley Wilson's daughters, Ethel and Celia Wilson, from the Lorne Wilson house. Celia Wilson donated the collection to the Grand Manan Archives in the summer of 1995.
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This collection contains Royalty and First and Second World War memorabilia. The collection also includes;
- The House of Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne, n.d.
- "Dressmaking Made Easy", 1939 (accessioned to Grand Manan Museum # 93.72
- Eatons Catalog, 1976
Immediate source of acquisition
Harley Wilson's daughters, Ethel and Celia Wilson, gathered this collection from the Lorne Wilson house. Celia Wilson donated the collection to the Grand Manan Archives in the summer of 1995.
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Hartley Wilson, father of Ethel and Celia, was recorded in an oral interview of his years as a lighthouse keeper. See SC07504 tape # 9 stored with the oral interview tapes at the Grand Manan Archives.
1 hat pin (accessioned to Grand Manan Museum # 96.10)