Dunham, Township of

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28 Archival description results for Dunham, Township of

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Stable

Item is a photograph of a stable belonging to Abram Pickle, located opposite the Stagehouse, and surrounding landscape located in Sweetsburg.

St. Helen's School

The item is a photograph of St. Helen's School, a private boarding school for girls, with a car parked in front, located in Dunham, in 1924.

Letter from W.A. Williams

The item is a letter from W.A. Williams (managing director of The Electric Reduction Company in Buckingham, Que.), father of Hilda Williams, student at Dunham Ladies College (latterly St. Helen's School), to Miss Jackson in 1908 regarding the educational wishes for his daughter.

Letter to parents, Spanish flu

The item is a form letter to parents of students at St. Helen's School (formerly Dunham Ladies College) in Dunham, assuring them that there are no serious cases of influenza (likely the Spanish flu) present at the boarding school in 1919.

St. Helen's School fonds

  • CA ETRC P017
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1972, 2020

The fonds contains source material on the operations, organization, students, and curriculum of Dunham Ladies' College and St. Helen's School from 1879 to 2020. It consists largely of material from the Dunham Ladies' College period. It is comprised of the following series : Constitution and By-laws (1906), Annual Reports ([190-]-1971), Financial Resources (1901-1918), Student Achievements (1894-1912, 1941-1951), Calendars (1879-1964), St. Helen's School Magazine (1945-1954), Margaret Armour (1946-1948, 1972, 2020) and Miscellaneous Documents (1894-[195-?]).

St. Helen's School (Dunham, Que.)

Dunham Township

The file contains primary source information on the architecture and educational structures in Dunham Township from 1906 to the 1930s. It consists of postcards with views of Dunham.