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PEARLE WITHERSPOON fonds
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CA CPA 1992.06
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1951, 1952, 1957, 1964 (Creation)
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Pearle Ann (Wiggins) Witherspoon (1903-1974) was a teacher in the Carberry, Manitoba area. She born to Isabella Bertha and James Lester Wiggins in Hartne, Manitoba. She married William James Witherspoon in 1925, and they had children Hunter and Walker. She was educated at Elgin, Manitoba and Normal School in Brandon and Winnipeg. She taught at Edwin and Stinson schools, and R. J. Waugh School in Carberry. She was President of the Manitoba Liberal Party Ladies Association, and a charter member of the Eastern Star Sharon Chapter No. 52. Further biographical information is unknown.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1992 by Yvonne Witherspoon, daughter-in-law, of Carberry, Manitoba.
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Fonds consists of black and white photographs of Witherspoon and her students in R. J. Waugh school (formerly Carberry School).
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Original order was changed during archival processing.
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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions.
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Related material: See Carberry School fonds.
Additional materials are not expected.
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