File - Correspondance - 1900-1920

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Correspondance - 1900-1920

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  • 1902 - 1918 (Creation)
    Brodrick, May Stewart

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May Brodrick (Wilson) was born February 6, 1879 in St. Catherines, Ontario. She grew up on a homestead in the fruit-farming district of the Niagara Penninsula. May graduated as a nurse from New York Hospital where she practiced as well as in chicago for ten years. She moved to Winnipeg in 1912 where she met and married Frederick O. Brodrick. They had three daughters, Katherine (Harding), Beatrice and Helen (Hare).

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Correspondance received by May from various people. Included are handwritten letters and postcards.

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