Fonds 16.010 - Sheila Dresen fonds

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Sheila Dresen fonds

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CA UWA 16.010

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  • Donated in June 2016 (Custody)
    Custodian
    Dresen, Sheila
  • 1925-1930 (Creation)
    Creator
    Belton, George Scott

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1 album (59 photographs : b&w, 1 drawing : sketch, pencil)

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(1904-1967)

Biographical history

George Scott Belton was born in MacGregor, Manitoba in 1904 and attended United College in Winnipeg in the 1920s. Belton began his career in education in 1930 as a teacher at Mather School in Mather, Manitoba, where he taught until 1931. Belton married his wife, Edythe Anna Duncan, in 1933, later having their daughter Sheila. From 1936 until his death in 1967, Belton was the principal at schools in Arden, Minto, Carberry, Gilbert Plains, Foxwarren and Winnipeg. Belton wrote a history of Foxwarren School in Foxwarren, Manitoba for which the Manitoba Historical Society awarded him the Maragaret McWilliams Award in 1955.

Custodial history

The fonds was created by George Scott Belton and later came into the possession of his daughter Sheila Dresen. Dresen donated it to the University of Winnipeg Archives in June 2016.

Scope and content

The fonds reflects George Scott Belton’s time at Wesley College in Winnipeg from 1925-1930. It consists of a photo album containing photos of Belton, his family and his friends. The majority of photos depict events and activities that Belton and his friends participated in at Wesley College in Winnipeg, including freshman initiations and the St. Patrick's Day Fight. The album also includes photos depicting scenes in Roblin and Mather, Manitoba and in Yorkton and Bangor, Saskatchewan.

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Front and back covers separated, fragile

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  • English

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International Standard Archival Description (General) and Rules for Archival Description 2008

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Revised

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created by Christopher Calesso on 17 February 2017

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Sources

Manitoba Historical Society. “Memorable Manitoban: George Scott Belton (1904-1967).” Last revised January 17, 2017. http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/people/belton_gs.shtml.

Manitoba Historical Society. “Historic Sites of Manitoba: Bethany Consolidated School No. 161 (RM of Minto).” Last revised October 26, 2015. http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/sites/bethanyschool.shtml.

Winnipeg Free Press. Obituary. “Edythe Anna Belton.” July 12, 1982.

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