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Aleda & Evelyn Greenway fonds
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4 b&w photographs
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William Hicks Greenway of Crystal City was the son of the former premier of Manitoba (1889 - 1900) and MP from Lisgar (1904 - 1908), the Hon. Thomas Greenway. William was one of a large family of fourteen brothers and sisters. He married Mary Ellen Helem in 1901. Mary was the eldest daughter of George and Margaret Helem, pioneers in the Deloraine district. Mary had come west from Galt, Ontario with her parents in 1889. Following their wedding, Mary and Will resided in Crystal City. They had three children: Thomas Helem (b.1902), Aleda Margaret (b.1904) and Mary Evelyn (b.1906). William Greenway died in 1924. Mary moved to Winnipeg in 1948 and passed away in 1951.
These photographs were donated to the Dugald Costume Museum by Aleda and Evelyn Greenway in 1984.
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The collection includes: a portrait of Will and Mary, ca.1901 (Mary is wearing her wedding trip 'going away dress'); a ca.1885 copy of a ca.1870 cabinet card portrait of an unidentified lady; a postcard print of the Greenway family, ca.1911/12; a postcard print of Aleda and Evelyn Greenway, ca.1909.
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Items remain in the order in which they were originally accessioned.
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No reproduction or publication without the permission of the Costume Museum of Canada.
The finding aids for these photographs are the catalogue cards for PHO-C61 and the photograph collection photocopies.
The portrait of Will and Mary measures 9.5 x 13.6 cm and is mounted on a heavy grey card measuring 17 x 22.2 cm. The photographer's imprint is Parkin of Winnipeg. The cabinet card portrait measures 10 x 13.5 cm and carries the imprint of Steele and Wing of Winnipeg. The two postcard prints measure 13.7 x 8.4 cm and 8.4 x 13.7 cm respectively.
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