Fonds 17.017 - Scott Family fonds

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Scott Family fonds

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CA UWA 17.017

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  • 1885-1892, 1949, 1974-1975, n.d. (Creation)
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    Scott Family

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49 photographs
1 postcard
0.01 m of textual records
1 box containing eye glasses

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(1885-)

Biographical history

William John Scott was the son of John Henry Scott and Fanny Perkins. He immigrated to Winnipeg in 1910 and worked as an elevator operator. In 1916, he married Margaret Ross. Together they had five children who were born and raised in Winnipeg.

Florence Mae Scott was the eldest child of William J. Scott and Margaret Ross. She was born April 1, 1917. Her mother died when she was 14 years old, leaving her to care for her four siblings while her father delivered milk for a living. Florence worked for the Anglican Church in Winnipeg before working several secretarial positions in locations all over the world. Florence never married nor had children. She passed away in 2001 in Vancouver.

L. George Scott was the youngest child of William J. Scott and Margaret Ross. He left Winnipeg to work as a cook in a camp near Revelstoke, BC before becoming a cook on the Canadian Pacific Railway boats. He met and married his wife Marge in Victoria, BC before moving to Vernon, BC. They had four children: Ralph, Debbie, Glenda, and Jean.

Glenda Mae Dolcetti is the second daughter of L. George and Marge Scott. Glenda went to university to become an educator. She returned to Vernon to teach, where she and her husband, Reni, raised their family and are now enjoying retirement.

Custodial history

The fonds was donated to the University of Winnipeg Archives in 2017 by Glenda Dolcetti. The material was originally accumulated and collected by her aunt, Florence Scott.

Scope and content

The Scott Family fonds consists of personal items of the Scott family, who originally immigrated to Winnipeg in 1910. It consists of photographs of Scott family members, as well as research material from Manitoba and Saskatchewan archives and other sources concerning members of the family. Included amongst this material is a certificate of vaccination, a postcard, newsclippings, and a pair of glasses.

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Users must adhere to copyright legislation. Please contact Archives staff for more information.

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Originals of photographs from the North-West Rebellion (also known as the North-West Resistance), can be found at the University of Saskatchewan.

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Created January 26, 2018 by Robin Neckoway
Finding aid created 22 February 2018 by Daniel Matthes

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