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Miriam Sarah Jomini fonds
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CA DRL Accession Number: 2005 - 30.
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1876 - 1955, predominant 1920 - 1949 (Creation)
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6 cm textual material and photographs
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Mrs. Miriam Sarah Jomini was born in Quebec City on October 25, 1878. She was the daughter of Henry Hull of the 8th Royal Rifles. She came to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1906 and moved to St. Vital in 1908.She was a member of St. Luke's Anglican Church in Winnipeg, (W.026) where she held the office of Enrolling Member for the Mother's Union from 1920 to 1928. Miriam Jomini was also an executive member of the St. Luke's Church Branch for twenty years. She served as Vice - President, Organizing Secretary and Official Speaker on the Rupert's Land Diocesan Mother's Union. She became the first secretary of the Canadian Dominion Council, and held that role until 1936, when she became Vice - President. She married Phillip Jomini and had three children, Harry, Elizabeth and Marie. She died in 1937.
The records came to the Diocesan Archives as a part of a transfer of records from St. Luke's Church, Winnipeg.
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The surviving records of Miriam Jomini include: records of the Mother's Union, including pamphlets, correspondence, poems and prayers and personal documents; records of Winnipeg, St. Luke, including retirement of mortgage and a church consecration certificate; newspaper clippings; and photographs.
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Item level inventory is available.
Further accruals are expected.
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The material is in English.
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