Item iw-glen-375 - Amelia Turner's diary

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Amelia Turner's diary

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GLEN glen-2132-iw-glen-375

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  • 1913-1917 (Creation)
    Turner, Amelia

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1 volume (46 p.)

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  • The material is in English.

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Consists of the diary of Amelia Turner, a young working woman from Fort Macleod, Alberta who moved to Calgary. The entries describe her clerical job at the Western Standard newspaper, her subsequent job as a retail clerk at Freeze's store, her co-workers, the boarding houses she lives in, the books she reads, her belief in socialism, and her social life.

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