Fonds MG116 - Edwin Parkinson fonds

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Edwin Parkinson fonds

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  • 2 textual items.
  • 4 photographs

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Rev. Edwin Parkinson was born in South Lincolnshire, England, 1904. He came to Canada, and attended Woodstock High, Woodstock, N. B. In 1930 he received an L.S.T. from Bishop's University, having received a B.A. also from Bishop's in 1928.

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The items in the fonds were given to Brian R. Gillard '72 for safe-keeping by Edwin Parkinson's daughter Joan McLaughlin. Gillard forwarded these ietms to the University Archives in 2018.

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  • Certificate of Military Qualifications (2). Small arms - Lieutenant E. Parkinson, 1929
  • Photographs, group: COTC 1929-30 (Nakash)
  • Rugby (3) - 1927 Intermediates, 1929 Provincial Intercollegiate Champions, n.d. probably 1928

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see The Mitre, Convocation, 1928 for graduate write-up and photo, and Yearbook 1930

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