Fonds CR-38 - Gladys Davis fonds

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Gladys Davis fonds

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    CA DMA CR-38

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    • 1916-1981 (Creation)
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      Davis, Gladys, 1915-

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    22 photographs : b&w

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    Gladys (Wright) Davis (1915- ) was a resident of Delta, BC. She was the daughter of Smith Wright and Elizabeth Weidkamp, and married H. Roy Davis (1907-1980) in 1939.

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    Photographs consist of a 1916 postcard of Boundary Bay School students with their teacher Miss E. Mackenzie, a May Day postcard, a 1917 postcard of Westham Island School students, students and teachers of King George School in the 1920's and 1930's, teachers and students of Delta Central School in the 1920's, a 1913 Baptist picnic in Ladner, and five photographs of Delta Choral Society productions. Textual records consist of programs for the 1933 Delta Choral Society production of The Mikado, the 1934 production of The Pirates of Penzance, the 1935 production of The Gondoliers, a 1959 invitation to the opening ceremony of Deas Island Tunnel, and a 1981 program for the centennial banquet of All Saints Anglican Church.

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        BCAUL control number: DMA-332

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