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Fonds AM116 - Annie Yates (nee Ansell) collection

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Annie Yates (nee Ansell) collection

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AM116

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  • 1836-1907 (Creation)
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    Yates, Annie

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3 volumes

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Annie Yates came to Vancouver from London, England, with her parents in 1887. All the family were members of St. James' Church and her mother was housekeeper at St. Luke's home. Her husband, a railroad man, died in 1936. They had no children.

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Collection consists of three volumes. The first is a diary, "The Newcastle Memorandum-Book and Register of the Northern Counties", 1836, which contains various entries, made later, by William Yates, and referring to his work on the railroad in the U.S. and Canada 1892, 1902. The second volume is a collection of "Rhymes & Sketches to illustrate the Cleveland Dialect" by Mrs. G.M. Tweddell, 1875. The third volume is an "International Official Souvenir, Tenth Biennial Convention, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America", 1907.

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Presented by Mrs. William Yates of Vancouver in 1962.

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  • Box: 511-F-07 fld 01