File 89-1012 - Carrie Brady notebooks fonds

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Carrie Brady notebooks fonds

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  • Dec. 1877 (Creation)
    Brady, Carrie

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1 folder

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Carrie Brady was a student taught by the Sisters of Loretto in Lindsay, Ontario. The school building later became the first Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peterborough. The Loretto Convent was built in 1874 but burnt down in 1884. (Taken from: Lindsay, Past and Present, Souvenir of Old Home Week")

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This fonds consists of notebooks belonging to Carrie Brady. The notebooks cover a wide range of subjects such as grammar, French, geography, mathematics and calligraphy.

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This folder was donated by an unknown source.


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  • English
  • French

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