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Joyce Anderson fonds
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- Anderson, Joyce
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32 cm of textual records
ca. 60 photographs
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Joyce Anderson (nee Grant) was born 13 May 1938 in Bobcaygeon, Ontario. She married Douglas Anderson in 1960 and they lived in Bobcaygeon on their farm, “Sunnybreeze,” The Andersons had two children, Kim and Mark. Joyce Anderson worked as a music and piano teacher. Her mother was a Cairnduff.
Fonds was in the custody of Joyce Anderson before being donated to Trent University Archives in 2012.
Scope and content
Fonds pertains to the Cairnduff family and McWilliams family of Nogie’s Creek, Ontario. Items include two photo albums, two Bibles, and a handwritten music book for violin. Also included are two envelopes, one containing postcards pertaining to Buckhorn and the surrounding area with postmarks dating from 1907 to 1949, collected by Clayton Grant, the other containing a newspaper clipping, photograph, and colour scripture book. Also included are two books: My Bookhouse Through Fairy Halls, and The Standard Horse and Stock Book.
Some of the books are fragile and have loose bindings. Please handle with care.
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Fonds acquired from Joyce Anderson in 2012.
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Additional information about the Cairnduff family is available at Wellington Archives and in the book Harvey Township: An Illustrated History by Alan Brunger (p.75).