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Item : 2009-005.495 - Teaparty at McCleery for Cridland [the local furniture maker]

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Teaparty at McCleery for Cridland [the local furniture maker]

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  • Source of title proper: Documenting Dunbar - photographs index prepared by Joan Tyldesley, 17 June, 2008.

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AM1533-S2-4-: 2009-005.495

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  • 1898 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b & w ; 25 x 21.5 cm

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Item filed under People and customs. Charles Cridland, left living at the time nearby on Marine Drive, had just delivered a new maple burl table to Fitgerald and Mary McCleery, seated on the right. Quite a lot of the house was furnished by this man. Others in the photo are Emma Wood, with guitar, a neice of Mary's who was given a camera used to record several events appearing in this book, Theodora McCleery, who inherited Sam's eastern farm at Angus Land and later married Harry Logan; John B. McCleery, widower of brother of Sam and Fitzgerald and grandfather of Betty McQueen; Tina Wood, niece-in-law of Mary's known for getting out of doing chores whenever possible; seated is Greta, daughter of Fitzgerald and who later managed the farm; Jennie McCleery, youngest daughter of John who proved to be a godsend; Aunt Lizzie, eldest daughter of John; and seated in the middle, Mary and Fitzgerald McCleery with Ross, son on Tina. Courtesy Betty McQueen.

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  • Box: 195-C-03