Collection 322 - Phyllis Ricou Collection

World War I Demobilization Letter "A Kiss from France" Postcard "To My Dear Sister" Postard Coronation Day Parade - Ukrainian Float Coronation Day Celebration Coronation Day Parade - Royal Canadian Legion Float Coronation Day Parade Coronation Day - Veterans Marching Down Rosser Avenue Coronation Day Celebration Coronation Day Celebrations
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Phyllis Ricou Collection

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CA DHM 322

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  • 1917-1937 (Creation)
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    Phyllis Ricou

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8 photographs, 4 cards, 3 books and 1 document.

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(1906-1994)

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Phyllis Ricou was born in Franklin Manitoba, 1906. She later lived in Brandon, Manitoba where she was an active member of St. Mary’s Anglican Church, involved in the Ladies Auxiliary and the choir. She passed away in 1994 and is buried at the Brandon Municipal Cemetery.

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The collection was donated to the Daly House Museum by Phyllis Ricou of Brandon, Manitoba in 1985.

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The collection contains photographs, cards, books, and one document that belonged to Phyllis Ricou. The cards and books were sent from her uncle Laurie V. Smith while he served in France during the First World War. The books include The Poetical Works of John Milton, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare and A Graphic History of Modern Europe. The collection also contains Laurie V. Smith’s demobilization letter signed by King George V. The photographs in the collection are of Coronation Day celebrations in Brandon, 1937.

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Object IDs: 1985.332.5-26

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