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Fonds AM66 - Nellie McCay fonds

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Nellie McCay fonds

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AM66

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  • 1933-1954, 1970 (Creation)
    Creator
    McKay, J.T. Nellie

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  • 0.2 m of textual records
  • ca. 50 photographs

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(1884-1971)

Biographical history

Nellie McCay (1884-1971), a resident of Vancouver, was best known as the person who started the Vancouver Folk Music Festival in 1933.

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The fonds consists of scrapbooks, notes, letters and photographs pertaining to the Vancouver Folk Festival, and material relevant to McCay's personal life.

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Presented by Nellie McCay in July 1972.

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