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A2006.211.046-.048 - Letters from Clarence House and Buckingham Palace

Form letters from the Royal Family: .046 August 14, 2000: Clarence House letterhead, from "Lady-in-Waiting", unsinged re: thank you from the Queen Mother for 100th birthday card, with envelope addressed to Mr. R. Edgson, Bruce County Orange Association. .047 February 2002: Buckingham Palace letterhead, from Sir Robin Janvrin, Private Secretary to the Queen, re: messages of condolence received after the death of her sister, Princess Margaret, with envelope addressed to Mr. R. Edgson. .048 April 2002: Buckingham Palace letterhead, from Sir Robin Janvrin, Private Secretary to the Queen, re: messages of sympathy received after the death of her mother, Queen Elizabeth.

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A2013.064.015 - Image, Digital

A digital copy of a picture postcard featuring an oval head shot image of Edmund Fitton Scott, surrounded by illustrated flags of Great Britain. Beneath are the pictures of the King and Queen. At the bottom in typeset: "Canadian Active Service Force / Somewhere in England." On the back of the original was inscribed: "Best wishes to Aunt and Uncle Archie."

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A2013.077.001 - Memoir of Lauretta Collins MIlls

Photocopy of Memoirs of Lauretta Collins Mills, an historian, genealogist, teacher, quilter, rug hooker, mother, wife and grandmother. The Memoir records her recollections of the Collins, Guest, Campbell and Mills families of Bruce County from the 1850s to the 1950s. Parts of the memoir were published in Metroland Newspaper in the 1980s when Lauretta and her husband, Morley Francis Mills, wrote a weekly column for the Georgetown Independent. The Memoir covers the time from Lauretta's birth in Bruce County through her childhood and teenage years, through her early teaching career at SS 14 Kincardine Township, followed by a position at SS 2 Huron Township (1941-1943), and a short time follow

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A2014.008.0150 - Postcard, Picture

The image on this postcard features a memorial parade / procession to honour the late King Edward VII, 1910. The actual postcard is not titled; however, on the plastic sleeve in which the card has been placed, are labels "Chesley" and "Edward VII Funeral Procession." This item is part of the Krug family fonds, series 4, file 2 (Historical records and research - Bruce County postcards).

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A2014.049.088 - Brant-Greenock Women's Institute Tweedsmuir community history

Brant-Greenock Women’s Institute Tweedsmuir Community History Volume #3 (as numbered by the Women's Institute) 2000-2004 Blue vinyl binder with small WI crest on front. Title page reads: "Brant -Greenock Women's Institute Welcomes the New Millennium 2000". Contains: newspaper clippings, original photographs, type-written accounts (biographies), awards and programmes. Topics include: history of the Brant-Greenock Women's Institute; the new Millenium; Women's Institute news; sports/local athletes (eg Laryssa Biesenthal); local events and activities; schools; E. coli outbreak reports; 4-H projects; birth, marriage and death notices; Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority; news on the Royal Fam

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A962.040.007 - The form and order of service recommended for use in the churches of the Church of England with coronation hymns selected for local use throughout His Majesty's Empire

"The form and order of service recommended for use in the churches of the Church of England with coronation hymns selected for local use throughout His Majesty's Empire on Thursday, 26th June, 1902, being the Coronation Day of their Majesties King Edward and Queen Alexandra."