Fonds 32-1999 - Barbara Cooper collection

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Barbara Cooper collection

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CA MCK 32-1999

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  • 1916-1967, predominant 1916-1921 (Creation)

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5 photographs
2 documents

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Charles G. "Kelly" Stone was born in Lavinia, Manitoba. Reverend Stone studied Arts and Theology graduating from Brandon College in 1921 with the degree Bachelor of Arts. He was President of his graduating class. Subsequently, he completed graduate work at Rochester Theological Seminary and the University of Chicago. In 1928, Reverend Stone married Christina "Tina" Turnbull, of Hartney, Manitoba. Miss Turnbull was also a graduate of Brandon College in the Class of 1921. Dr. Stone was Pastor of First Baptist Church, Brandon from 1922-1928. In addition to his pastoral role in the Baptist Church, Dr. Stone served on the Executive of the Baptist Union of Western Canada. In 1969, Reverend Stone jointly authored Brandon College - a history, 1899-1967. Reverend Stone passed away in White Rock, British Columbia, June 22, 1981.

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These items were received from Ms. Cooper's father C.G. "Kelly" Stone , Class of 1921 and her mother Tena Turnbull, Class of 1921 and her aunts Jane Turnbull, Class of 1916 who later taught at the College and Bessie Turnbull , Class of 1918.

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Fonds includes various photos from Brandon College Class of 1921, as well as other photos dating from approximately 1915. Fonds also includes an article about Dr. Jane Turnbull, a sister of Christine Turnbull who served on the faculty of Brandon College. The article first appeared in the Brandon College Alumni News in 1967. Finally, the collection contains a copy of a letter written to Dr. Jane Turnbull from former Canadian Governor General Lord Tweedsmuir. The photographs include: 1. one b/w photo 8 cm x 6 cm Initiation Brandon College 1916 2. one b/w photo 8 cm x 13.5 cm class of 1921 3. one b/w photo 5 cm x 8 cm Class of '21 4. one b/w photo 17 cm x 26 cm the College Band 1915-1916 5. one sepia photo 15 cm x 23 cm Class of 1919

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McKee Archives, Brandon, MB

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Related material: See the file on Reverend Stone in the Archives Biography files.

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