File Yeomans_A - Yeomans, Amelia

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Yeomans, Amelia

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UMCMA Yeomans_A

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Education: MD(Michigan)1883; Registered with CPS 1885 (Manitoba)

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The Amelia Yeomans file contains the following material:

  1. Obits.: Typewritten copy of WFP obit, April 24, 1913; CMAJ v3(6):527, June 1913 (3pp)

  2. Previous catalogue page (1p)

  3. “Dr. Amelia Yeomans” Pamphlet biography pub. by Manitoba Culture, Heritage & Recreation 1985 (1-9pp booklet)

  4. “Le Docteur Amelia Yeomans” as above, French version (1-9pp booklet)

  5. Copy of short newspaper(?) note by Penni Mitchell (1p)

  6. Copy of entry from Mitchell’s Medicine in Manitoba (1p)

  7. Copy of letter from Ruth Monk to Miss Vogel, Legislative bldg re Dr. Yeomans (1p)

  8. Yeomans advertisement pub in Wpg Daily Times v. VIII no.167, 18 March 1884 p.6 (1p)

  9. Picture and entry copied from Hacker’s: The indomitable lady doctors pp.87, 89-93 (6pp)

  10. Biographical notes from “A Medical History of Manitoba” by Ruth Monk(?) (file #21.10.3) (1p)

  11. “Some Manitoba Women who did First Things”-Lillian Beynon Thomas - Man Hist Soc Transactions Series 3, No 4, 1947-48 (5pp)

  12. "Women Working for Healthy Communities" by A Ducas and J Linton for Manitoba women's Directorate 2001 (5pp)

MPC 1.0 #41

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