"My Trip to England and Scotland, 1965"
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Description
Creator:
Mrs. Florence Nash, Author
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
This is a travel scrapbook created by Mrs. Florence Nash (President of the Stoney Creek WI) to chronicle her 1965 trip to England and Scotland which included attending the UK WI AGM.

Included in this scrapbook:

- A photo of Mrs. Nash holding the Stoney Creek WI commemorative plate
- A photo of Queen Elizabeth II visiting Battlefield House and meeting surviving Stoney Creek Charter members in July, 1959
- The Jubilee Rose (WI rose)
- National Federation of Women's Institutes "Jubilee Book, 1915-1965" (a book to commemorate 50 years of the WI in the UK; includes a calendar of Jubilee Events for 1965, 40 pages total)
- Bon Voyage cards given to Mrs. Nash
- A letter inviting Mrs. Nash to attend the AGM at Albert Hall, London
- Delegate/Guest tickets to AGM for Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Farquharson
- "Members' Guide to the WI" booklet (UK), 26 pages total
- UK "Home and Country" articles about the 50th anniversary of the WI
- Letter from Assistant Secretary to the Governor-General informing Mrs. Nash that the Queen has received the message and commemorative plate from the Stoney Creek Women's Institute
- NFWI AGM program
- "West Kent News" published by the West Kent Federation of Women's Institutes, 12 pages total
- "Home and Country" UK WI magazine, May 1965, special edition for the Golden Jubilee, featuring a photo of Mrs. Nash holding the Commemorative Stoney Creek WI plate (49 pages total)
- NFWI Golden Jubilee Issue, South-Eastern Edition magazine (4 pages-may not be complete)
- Correspondence to Mrs. Nash from Alison King, General Secretary for the NFWI, regarding Jubilee events: presenting Mrs. Nash with a Jubilee goblet and presenting Mrs. Nash to the Queen at the Buckingham Palace Garden Party
- Newspaper clippings about the Garden Party
- Photo of Mrs. Nash and another lady outside of Buckingham Palace
- Various correspondence to Mrs. Nash from UK WI members regarding her visit
- Article and various clippings about Eileen Yewdall, with whom Mrs. Nash stayed with in Aldborough, Yorkshire
- UK news clippings showing Mrs. Nash visiting WI groups in the UK
- A Map of Yorkshire
- Booklet on Newby Hall, Yorkshire, 36 pages total
- Invitation sent to Mrs. Nash for the Scottish Women's Rural Institutes Golden Jubilee in 1967
- SWRI Golden National Conference, 1917-1967 booklet, 22 pages total
- ticket to the SWRI National Conference, 1967
- Various clippings on the Royal Family
Dates:
[1965]-[1967]
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
978.027.003
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.2071764408498
    Latitude: 43.2071764408498 Longitude: -79.7226850949097
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original:
Erland Lee (Museum) Home
Terms of Use:
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details
Reproduction Notes:
Contact the holder of the original. If the book is in a member's home, please contact the copyright holder.
Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 

552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

"My Trip to England and Scotland, 1965"
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"My Trip to England and Scotland, 1965"


This is a travel scrapbook created by Mrs. Florence Nash (President of the Stoney Creek WI) to chronicle her 1965 trip to England and Scotland which included attending the UK WI AGM.

Included in this scrapbook:

- A photo of Mrs. Nash holding the Stoney Creek WI commemorative plate
- A photo of Queen Elizabeth II visiting Battlefield House and meeting surviving Stoney Creek Charter members in July, 1959
- The Jubilee Rose (WI rose)
- National Federation of Women's Institutes "Jubilee Book, 1915-1965" (a book to commemorate 50 years of the WI in the UK; includes a calendar of Jubilee Events for 1965, 40 pages total)
- Bon Voyage cards given to Mrs. Nash
- A letter inviting Mrs. Nash to attend the AGM at Albert Hall, London
- Delegate/Guest tickets to AGM for Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Farquharson
- "Members' Guide to the WI" booklet (UK), 26 pages total
- UK "Home and Country" articles about the 50th anniversary of the WI
- Letter from Assistant Secretary to the Governor-General informing Mrs. Nash that the Queen has received the message and commemorative plate from the Stoney Creek Women's Institute
- NFWI AGM program
- "West Kent News" published by the West Kent Federation of Women's Institutes, 12 pages total
- "Home and Country" UK WI magazine, May 1965, special edition for the Golden Jubilee, featuring a photo of Mrs. Nash holding the Commemorative Stoney Creek WI plate (49 pages total)
- NFWI Golden Jubilee Issue, South-Eastern Edition magazine (4 pages-may not be complete)
- Correspondence to Mrs. Nash from Alison King, General Secretary for the NFWI, regarding Jubilee events: presenting Mrs. Nash with a Jubilee goblet and presenting Mrs. Nash to the Queen at the Buckingham Palace Garden Party
- Newspaper clippings about the Garden Party
- Photo of Mrs. Nash and another lady outside of Buckingham Palace
- Various correspondence to Mrs. Nash from UK WI members regarding her visit
- Article and various clippings about Eileen Yewdall, with whom Mrs. Nash stayed with in Aldborough, Yorkshire
- UK news clippings showing Mrs. Nash visiting WI groups in the UK
- A Map of Yorkshire
- Booklet on Newby Hall, Yorkshire, 36 pages total
- Invitation sent to Mrs. Nash for the Scottish Women's Rural Institutes Golden Jubilee in 1967
- SWRI Golden National Conference, 1917-1967 booklet, 22 pages total
- ticket to the SWRI National Conference, 1967
- Various clippings on the Royal Family