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de Wilton family fonds

  • RED red-2791
  • Fonds
  • [1776?]-1965, predominant 1830-1965

The fonds has been arranged into the following six series: theatrical records, legal records, personal records, family memorabilia, published materials, and photographs and consists of photographs of de Wilton family members in England, India, and Canada which includes a wedding photograph of Olive de Wilton and Herbert Warren Cluff in 1915; a photograph album of W. G. Chadwick as a cadet at Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario (1918-1920); assorted press clippings on the careers of Edith Juliette and Olive de Wilton (1915-1955); assorted playbills (1917-1958); various play scripts and screenplays (1926-1961); business records of mainly Olive de Wilton which includes a letter to Boris Karloff (1916-1960); marriage annulment record of Edith Doreen Cluff (1932); will of Sussex de Wilton (1936); personal correspondence of the de Wilton family including the draft of a letter to Boris Karloff (1908-1965); military certificates of Edith J. de Wilton (1916-1919); Edith J.'s scrapbook of a journey to Quetta via the Suez Canal (1887-1888); a painting of a Canadian winter scene; an academic pencil drawing (ca. 1915-1920); a transatlantic passenger liner dinner menu (1948); and books on dramatics and English drama and music (1776-1951). RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ALSO IN THIS FONDS. SEE FINDING AID FOR DETAILS: Alfred Aldidge, Sedric Barnes, Guy Boulton, W. G. Chadwick, W. M. Charlesworth, A. W. de Wilton, Edith de Wilton, Sussex de Wilton, Brian Doherty, Lady Dufferin, Jack Harp, Robert Henderson, Boris Karloff, Carrie Lamart, S. F. Makepeace, Lady Roberts, Sir Oriel Viveash Tanner, Lady Tanner, the Twinkling Stars, Edward J. Wood. PLAYWRIGHTS: Olive de Wilton, Michael Dyre, Charlotte Haldane, John Latimer, Richard Meadows-White, Molly Marguerite, Florida Scott-Maxwell. OTHER SUBJECTS: Ben Greet Players, Brian Doherty Theatre Productions, Canadian Players, Civic Theatre Association, Lynn Hardings Scala Theatre, Mercury Theatre, Montreal Repertory Theatre, National Film Board of Canada, Northern Repertory Theatre, Red Barn Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, and Sir Frank Benson's Shakespearean Theatre.

de Wilton (family)

Zeph Porter Broom fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 92
  • Fonds
  • 1915-2010

The fonds contains a photograph of Private Zeph Broom, souvenir cards, correspondence to Mrs. Broom regarding the death of Private Percival Perry and a letter to Zeph Broom from Ben Baumann of the United States Army. Includes genealogical information on Zeph Broom compiled ca. 2010.

Broom, Zeph Porter

Yukon Field Force fonds

  • GLEN glen-2497
  • Fonds
  • Copied 1981 (originally created 1898-1900)

The fonds consists of photographs of Yukon Field Force on the trip up the west coast, and Fort Selkirk.

Yukon Field Force

Young, Peacock family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2494
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1945, predominant 1903-1919

The fonds consists of wartime letters from George to Edith (1916-1919); George's military papers (ca. 1918); photographs of Norman, Edith and others holidaying in Banff area (1903); Young and Peacock family photographs (1900s-1910s) and miscellaneous programs.

Young, George

Wop May fonds

  • GLEN glen-1576
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1973, predominant 1916-1945

The fonds consists of correspondence (1919-1936); military certificates, log books and combat reports (1916-1919); aviation certificates and log books (1919-1932); recorded interview (1945); and miscellaneous personal and aviation records. Includes a recorded interview with Violet May about her husband (1973); recording of a memorial program broadcast by CBC (1952); photographs of northern aviation and the Air Observer School; and films about postal service on the Mackenzie, the Yellowknife Royal Visit, Dawson City, Great Bear Lake region, and oil well drilling and construction in the North (ca. 1930-1950).

May, Wop

Woollven family fonds

  • CA MED med-343
  • Fonds
  • 1910 - [ca. 1955]

The fonds consists of: a Red Cross blood donor certificate given to Roy Woollven for giving 20 donations of blood ([ca. 1955]); a St. Barnabas Anglican Church cookbook in aid of the Organ Fund (1913); The Canadian Red Cross manual for Home Care Nursing Classes (undated); Red Cross certificate issued to Mrs. R. W. Woollven of Suffield, for completing all of the offered courses of the Department of Home Nursing, Alberta Divison (undated); framed document issued by the Government of Canada in gratitude to Corporal Roy Walter Woollven for Devotion to Duty as a Member of Canada's Reserve Army, 1939-1945; rolled memorial scroll issued to honour Pte. C. H. Woollven, 552817, 8th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment), son of Mrs. F.C. Woollven of Medicine Hat, who died of his wounds April 15, 1917 at the age of 22 years. His grave is located at Aubigny Communal Cemetery in France (undated); 83 photographs of members of the Veteran's Guard, various views of Medicine Hat, Alderson (Carlstadt), the Woollven family, and the Police Point Barracks. Consists of a Red Cross blood donor certificate given to Roy Woollven for giving 20 donations of blood ([ca. 1955]) (M90.26.1); a St. Barnabas Anglican Church cookbook in aid of the Organ Fund (1913) (M2000.40.1); The Canadian Red Cross manual for Home Care Nursing Classes (undated) (M2000.40.2); Red Cross certificate issued to Mrs. R. W. Woollven of Suffield, for completing all of the offered courses of the Department of Home Nursing, Alberta Divison (n/d) (M2000.40.3); framed document issued by the Government of Canada in gratitude to Corporal Roy Walter Woollven for Devotion to Duty as a Member of Canada's Reserve Army, 1939-1945 (M2000.40.4); rolled memorial scroll issued to honour Pte. C. H. Woollven, 552817, 8th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment), son of Mrs. F.C. Woollven of Medicine Hat, who died of his wounds April 15, 1917 at the age of 22 years. His grave is located at Aubigny Communal Cemetery in France (undated) (M2000.40.5).

Woollven, Walter

Woodside family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2479
  • Fonds
  • 1922-1944

The fonds consists of scrapbook of newsclippings regarding Helen's athletic activities; scrapbook of Don's Second World War activities; and photographs of Helen, military events and the Woodside family.

Woodside, Helen

Wood family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2473
  • Fonds
  • 1864-2007, predominant 1886-1966

The fonds consists of John Taylor Wood's diaries, speeches and miscellaneous correspondence ((1864-1903); Zachary Taylor Wood's diaries (primarily NWMP/RNWMP journals) (1886-1915), personal papers (1879-1915), and Yukon memorabilia (1897-1915); Stuart Taylor Wood's diaries (primarily RNWMP/RCMP journals)(1908-1951), personal papers (1910-1966), and records related to Herschel Island (1904-1964); Stuart Taylor Wood's research collection, related to the history of the Mounted Police (1873-1960s), including material about Major James Walsh, Fort Walsh, the March West, Wood Mountain, the Cypress Hills Massacre, various NWMP forts, and the Yukon during the Klondike gold rush; Zack Taylor Wood's letters to his wife during the Second World War (1939-1945); and extensive photographs of the Wood family, Mounted Police, Yukon and Herschel Island (1878-1961).

Wood, Zachary Taylor

Wolley-Dod family fonds

  • GLEN glen-2857
  • Fonds
  • Copied 1978 (originally created 1895-1955)

The fonds consists of photographs of Wolley-Dod family, military groups, polo, and Pat Kerfoot herding cattle.

Wolley-Dod (family)

Wiltshire, Fowler family fonds

  • RED red-3066
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1930] - 1985

The fonds consists of a small number of certificates, and photographs

Wiltshire (family)

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