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News clippings and essays about notable Canadian women and other topics – [ca. 1929-ca. 1939].

Collection/Fonds
United Farm Women of Alberta fonds
Source
Archival Descriptions
Collection/Fonds
United Farm Women of Alberta fonds
Hierarchy Level
File
Collection/Fonds Number
2
Series Number
7
File Number
5
Material Format
textual records
Scope and Content
The file includes a transcribed article, Macphail, Miss Agnes Campbell [from Parliamentary Guide?, ca. 1929]. Includes essays, "A few facts as to the life and work of Miss A. Honora Enfield". Includes script for a speech, "Our women authors" attributed to Mrs. George Dieffenbaugh. Includes typescript compilations of biographical sketches "Canadian poets" and "Canadian women who have made great contributions to public life". Includes new clippings: The founder of Empire Day [Clementina Fessenden] ; An analysis of Gandhi / by A.C. Cummings ; Women of pioneer days / by Amy J. Roe ; Oriental women are progressive / Nancy Austen ; Russia's new woman / by Rhea G. Clyman, Maclean's magazine, June 15, 1932 ; Bits of biography : the lady with the lamp [Florence Nightingale], Western Producer, Oct. 1929 ; Wife of H.W. Wood passes in Calgary [ca. 1939] ; The scrap-book poet [Edna Jaques] / by Nellie L. McClung.
Creator
United Farm Women of Alberta
Subjects
Women
Women in politics
Names
Macphail, Agnes
Enfield, Honora
Fessenden, Clementina
Wood, Etta Leora
Jaques, Edna
McClung, Nellie
Accession Number
UF 2002.0032.15
UF 2002.0032.16
UF 2002.0032.17
UF 2002.0032.18
UF 2002.0032.19
UF 2002.0032.20
UF 2002.0032.21
UF 2002.0032.22
UF 2002.0032.23
UF 2002.0032.24
UF 2002.0032.25
UF 2002.0032.26
UF 2002.0032.27
UF 2002.0032.28
Date
[ca. 1929-ca. 1939]
Source
Archival Descriptions