Fonds MG120 - Millicent Marlin Caswell fonds

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Millicent Marlin Caswell fonds

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CA BU MG120

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  • 1936-1938 (Creation)
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    Caswell, Millicent Marlin

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4 photographs

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(d.2001)

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Millicent Marlin Caswell received a B.A. from Bishop's University in 1938 and an H.S.D. in 1939. She was married to Chester Caswell in 1942. Retired from Alexander Galt High School, Lennoxville. She died September 18, 2001 in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Millicent Caswell was mother to 3 children and sister to Beulah Lilian Marlin Walker (MG066).

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The fonds is an internal transfer from Cheryl Gosselin, professor of Sociology, Bishop's University. Some material was donated to Professor Gosselin and subsequently forwarded to the archives through a research project undertaken in 1986 by Dr. Pat Coyne and Dr. Melissa Clark-Jones, with Cheryl Gosselin conducting the interviews with women who remained in the Eastern Townships (or returned to it) after graduation. Published volume based on these interviews: Bishop's Women's Education: The Early Years. Interviews. 318pp. Catalogued copy: OLD LIBRARY (MCGREER HALL) Townships Materials LE 3 .B522 B57

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4 photographs: Millicent Marlin on the bridge in front of McGreer, and 3 sports team line-ups

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