Fonds PR2066 - Dron family fonds

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Dron family fonds

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    PR2066

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    • 1893-1933 (Creation)

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    0.02 m of textual records. – 2 negatives. – 1 photograph

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    Biographical history

    Théodore Dron (1860-1947) emigrated from northern France with his wife, Léonie, and four children to homestead in the Clyde area of Alberta in 1908. Théodore's brothers, Gustave (1870-1942) and Henri, also came to join him in the area in 1909. Léonie died there in 1910 and Theodore moved to Tampa, Florida, in 1911.

    Henri was a bachelor and returned to France in 1919. Gustave and his family ran a butchery around 1917, but they moved in Edmonton where they were still living in 1931.

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    The fonds consists of correspondence, other personal papers and images of the Dron family.

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    The records were donated anonymously after being found in the attic of an Edmonton area home.

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        The material is predominantly in French.

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        Access Conditions: None

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

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        Further accruals are not expected.

        General note

        Information for the biographical sketch was found in the records and in the Provincial Archives of Alberta’s homestead files under the file number 2398232 on film 2981.

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        Includes accession PR1988.0190.

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