Saltfleet WI Scrapbook, International Women's Year 1975
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Creator:
Saltfleet Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type:
Text
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Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
Saltfleet WI International Women's Year Scrapbook, 1975

- List of names: Mr. A.G. (Peg) Brody?, Mrs. C Kott (Marie), Mrs. Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. S Leavens (Margory), Mrs. C Kott (Marie), Mrs. A.M. Oswald (Bertha)
- Obituary for Miss Pearl Krick, 1970
- Envelope containing "for Bertha: Write-up of W.I. in England sent to Mr. D. Colvin 11 Battlefield Drive, Stoney Creek
- Articles include meeting summaries of Cleator, Keekle & Padstow, Santon Bridge, Bootle, Ravenglass, Woodend & District, Waberthwaite & Corney, Ennerdale & Kinniside, and Frizington WIs, 1973
- Article, "County W.I. Spring Show Praised as 'A Joy and Relief,'" The Whitehaven News, no date
- Photo: Executives - Standing Committee
- Article about proposed revisions to 'O Canada'
- Article, "Saltfleet W.I. Started in 1926 as Junior Institute," 1974
- Photo of Home Economist with the Ministry of Agriculture Barbara Cowan demonstrating cooking spinach
- Article, "Japanese mother is first woman to climb Everest"
- Group photo at Lee Homestead, June 1975: Mrs. H. Maluske (FWIO President), Mrs. C Guatt (President SW District), Mrs. A.M. Oswald (President Saltfleet WI), Mrs. V. Beachin (Hostess), Mrs. Parker Rockwell (Troy, Michigan exchange visitor), Mrs. W. Meller (Secretary FWIO), Mrs. C. Kott (District Director, Saltfleet)
- Group photo in front of Drive House, Erland Lee Museum, June 1975: Mrs. H. Maluske, Mrs. C. Guatt, Mrs. A.M. Oswald, Mrs. V. Beachin, Mrs. Parker Rockwell
- "Mrs. Anna Lee (my great-grandmother)" Anna (Shaver) Lee was born in New Jersey in 1791 and married William Samuel Lee, son of James and Hannah Lee, in 1808; an account of Anna's life as daughter of United Empire Loyalists, written by Mrs. Ruby (Lee) Williams
- Handwritten account of the history of Empire Day and Mrs. Fessenden, the founder
- Short paragraph written about Laura Secord by Aletha Turk
- Photo of unidentified woman with 6 unidentified children
- Article, "It Happened in Canada" about Tamowenuk
- Article about Dr. Ella Margaret Strang written by Marie Kott, 1975
- Article about Agatha Christie meeting Queen Elizabeth II
- Article about "Saltfleet Then and Now" Book
- Article about the death of Olive Diefenbaker
- Article about Lula Beatrice Wilken
- Article, "'Battle-axe' Sabia swings at male-dominated ads," 1976
- Article, "Village Finally gets a Nurse"
- Photos of a dentist's office
- Photo of Bertha Oswald, Mrs Dutt (?) ACWW
- Article about Mrs. Van Wagner's funeral (Stoney Creek Charter Branch)
- South Wentworth Women's Institute Dramatic Competition cast of "Just Like Us"
- Biography of Mrs. Gwen Metcalfe, previous curator of Dundurn Castle
- Article about Christmas in 1890 from Myrtle Johns' perspective
- Article about Pauline McGibbon
- Article about Lucy Maud Montgomery; Lucy Maud Montgomery postage stamp
- Article about Mrs. Gwen Metcalfe (interview)
- Photo of Cathy Priestner, 1976
- "As it Happened..." article about the building of a dental clinic in Labrador
- History of need for medical services in Charlottetown, Labrador
- Article about UK WI's Co-operative Markets
- Article, "Farewell '75...and baby you had your moments" about International Women's Year
- Essay on Florence Nightingale by Evelyn A.M. Wilson
- Photo/Poster, "Celebrate International Year of the Child, St. James Campus, December 307, 1979"
- Essay, "The Gage Farm at Binbrook," by Edward Thorton Spera, 1968
- Home and Country Issue, Winter 1981
Notes:
Compiled by Bertha Oswald
Dates:
1975
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
1995.005.001
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.71632
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.
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552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

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Saltfleet WI Scrapbook, International Women's Year 1975


Saltfleet WI International Women's Year Scrapbook, 1975

- List of names: Mr. A.G. (Peg) Brody?, Mrs. C Kott (Marie), Mrs. Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. S Leavens (Margory), Mrs. C Kott (Marie), Mrs. A.M. Oswald (Bertha)
- Obituary for Miss Pearl Krick, 1970
- Envelope containing "for Bertha: Write-up of W.I. in England sent to Mr. D. Colvin 11 Battlefield Drive, Stoney Creek
- Articles include meeting summaries of Cleator, Keekle & Padstow, Santon Bridge, Bootle, Ravenglass, Woodend & District, Waberthwaite & Corney, Ennerdale & Kinniside, and Frizington WIs, 1973
- Article, "County W.I. Spring Show Praised as 'A Joy and Relief,'" The Whitehaven News, no date
- Photo: Executives - Standing Committee
- Article about proposed revisions to 'O Canada'
- Article, "Saltfleet W.I. Started in 1926 as Junior Institute," 1974
- Photo of Home Economist with the Ministry of Agriculture Barbara Cowan demonstrating cooking spinach
- Article, "Japanese mother is first woman to climb Everest"
- Group photo at Lee Homestead, June 1975: Mrs. H. Maluske (FWIO President), Mrs. C Guatt (President SW District), Mrs. A.M. Oswald (President Saltfleet WI), Mrs. V. Beachin (Hostess), Mrs. Parker Rockwell (Troy, Michigan exchange visitor), Mrs. W. Meller (Secretary FWIO), Mrs. C. Kott (District Director, Saltfleet)
- Group photo in front of Drive House, Erland Lee Museum, June 1975: Mrs. H. Maluske, Mrs. C. Guatt, Mrs. A.M. Oswald, Mrs. V. Beachin, Mrs. Parker Rockwell
- "Mrs. Anna Lee (my great-grandmother)" Anna (Shaver) Lee was born in New Jersey in 1791 and married William Samuel Lee, son of James and Hannah Lee, in 1808; an account of Anna's life as daughter of United Empire Loyalists, written by Mrs. Ruby (Lee) Williams
- Handwritten account of the history of Empire Day and Mrs. Fessenden, the founder
- Short paragraph written about Laura Secord by Aletha Turk
- Photo of unidentified woman with 6 unidentified children
- Article, "It Happened in Canada" about Tamowenuk
- Article about Dr. Ella Margaret Strang written by Marie Kott, 1975
- Article about Agatha Christie meeting Queen Elizabeth II
- Article about "Saltfleet Then and Now" Book
- Article about the death of Olive Diefenbaker
- Article about Lula Beatrice Wilken
- Article, "'Battle-axe' Sabia swings at male-dominated ads," 1976
- Article, "Village Finally gets a Nurse"
- Photos of a dentist's office
- Photo of Bertha Oswald, Mrs Dutt (?) ACWW
- Article about Mrs. Van Wagner's funeral (Stoney Creek Charter Branch)
- South Wentworth Women's Institute Dramatic Competition cast of "Just Like Us"
- Biography of Mrs. Gwen Metcalfe, previous curator of Dundurn Castle
- Article about Christmas in 1890 from Myrtle Johns' perspective
- Article about Pauline McGibbon
- Article about Lucy Maud Montgomery; Lucy Maud Montgomery postage stamp
- Article about Mrs. Gwen Metcalfe (interview)
- Photo of Cathy Priestner, 1976
- "As it Happened..." article about the building of a dental clinic in Labrador
- History of need for medical services in Charlottetown, Labrador
- Article about UK WI's Co-operative Markets
- Article, "Farewell '75...and baby you had your moments" about International Women's Year
- Essay on Florence Nightingale by Evelyn A.M. Wilson
- Photo/Poster, "Celebrate International Year of the Child, St. James Campus, December 307, 1979"
- Essay, "The Gage Farm at Binbrook," by Edward Thorton Spera, 1968
- Home and Country Issue, Winter 1981