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Edna Lewis collection
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- Lewis, Edna Mary Cecile
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3 photographs. - 2 sheets
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Scope and content
The fonds consists of material found in the former Anglican Church rectory. It consists of a photograph and article on Mrs. Rhoda Mainsford Hanney of England who assisted with the Anglican Boys Hostel in the late 1930s; a photograph and article on Miss Jane Clough of England who gave money to help build the Boys and Girls Hostels in Athabasca, and a photograph of the First Athabasca Wolf Cub Pack in . The Cub leaders were : J. Dexter Champion and Rev. Jack Gibbons. The cubs are : Jim Ashacker, ? Bidwell, Donald Champion, Bob Evans, Jim Evans, Boyd Hall, Bruce Hall, David Hyde, Gerald Labrie, Billy Luker, Colin McGuire, Wayne McLean, Larry Parker, Richard Pitman, Thomas Rogers, Stephen Schinkinger, Wayne Schinkinger, Kenny Walker, Kenny Wilson, Richard Wilson, Ronnie Wasylyk, and Ron Watson.
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated by Edna Lewis in 1985.
Language of material
- The material is in English.
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The original copies of the written information accompanying the photographs of Mrs. Hanney and Miss Clough are found in the accession record file folder. Biographical information was taken from the books "From Out of the Wilderness" and "Reflections from across the River".<br><br>Record No. 87.38 (photos# 2588-2590)<br><br>