Fonds 1994.102 - Lorna Black fonds

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Lorna Black fonds

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CA CPA 1994.102

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  • 1994 (Creation)

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4 pp. of textual records. – 1 audiocassette

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Lorna May (McLeod) Black (1909-) lived and operated a grocery store in Carberry for many years. She was born in the Linwood district of Manitoba and lives in Carberry, Manitoba. She was the daughter of Harriett (Balfour) and Henry McLeod who had children Alta and Stanley. She married Cecil Elliott Black ([19-?]-1973) in 1939 and they had no children.

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Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1994 by Audrey Harburn of Carberry who collected the interview at the request of the Archivist.

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Fonds consists of an oral history of Lorna Black speaking about her family and life in the Carberry area, as well as genealogical charts created by Ms. Harburn based upon the history.

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