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AUDREY HARBURN fonds
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CA CPA 1988.55, 1988.54, 1988.155, 1992.122, 1999.02
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1 cm of textual records. â 12 photographs
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Audrey Janet Catherine (Larson) Harburn ([19-]-) collected material from her community and compiled a genealogy on the Harburn ancestry. She was born in Kelsoe, Saskatchewan. She married Allan Foster Harburn (1925-) and had children Leslie, Norman, Brian. She was a Librarian for Carberry North Cypress Library in 1969 until her retirement in 1985. Further biographical information is unknown.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1992 and 1999 by Audrey Harburn of Carberry. In 1988 her previous presentations to the Carberry Plains Museum were transferred to the Archives.
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Fonds consists of 5 black and white photographs, and 4 negatives showing Carberry and North Cypress Annual Field Day, showing Montrose, Castle Hill, Sidney, and Linwood schools. Other black and white photographs show paternal ancestors (ca. 1900), and the McBean brothers. Textual material includes a 4-H certificate (1962), Sons of England Benefit Society certificate awarded to Emerson A. Harburn (1925), Order of the Crocus certificate awarded to Hilda Harburn (1967), family histories entitled "Descendants of Thomas Harburn" submitted by Harburn in 1998 and "Descendants of John Harburn (1868-1935) Brookdale, Manitoba" submitted by Velma Daws of Chilliwack, British Columbia in 1998. The Daws history includes a diary of her research trip to England in 1982.
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- Sons of England Benefit Society (Subject)
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