Fonds PR1442 - Dorothy Arliss-Andrews fonds

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Dorothy Arliss-Andrews fonds

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    • [ca. 1918]-1932 (Creation)

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    56 photographs. – 0.01 m of textual records

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    Biographical history

    Dorothy Nellie Reynolds Hayman was born ca. 1889. She married Eric Osterfield Arliss-Andrews (1892-1917) in England in 1916.

    She later moved to Calgary, Alberta where she was working in the Sheriff's Office in the Department of the Attorney General in 1921. She later moved to Edmonton and worked as a stenographer for W.V. Newson, Deputy Treasurer for the Government of Alberta, from 1922 until her resignation in 1925.

    She later lived in England and Ontario. She died in Maxville, Ontario in 1976.

    Custodial history

    The records were delivered to Heritage Magazine by Josephine R. Grant, a niece of Dorothy Arliss Andrews.

    Scope and content

    Fonds consists of photographs depicting various people, buildings and events in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta including the Legislature buildings, Calgary Stampede, parades, a Sarcee reserve, the Western Ski Championship, an ice carnival, a reception for Lord Byng, Royal North West Mounted Police officers, First Nations men and women, and street views. Fonds also includes a photograph and obituary for Major Leon Charles Eckenfelder, a memorial article about Vernor W. Smith, and books of poetry written by W.V. Newson.

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    Ms. Mary Dawe, editor of Heritage Magazine, deposited these records in the Provincial Archives of Alberta in 1976.


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        The material is in English.

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        A reference print of a photograph from this fonds can be found in A File under location number A.4830. Information for the biographical sketch was provided by Josephine R. Grant and taken from Henderson’s Edmonton City Directory.

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        Includes accession PR1976.0379.

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