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Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island

Frederick Peter Norton research project

This series consists of the records of Frederick Peter Norton and is divided into five sub-series: Original Frederick P. Norton records, Copies of Kings County Sheriff records, Business correspondence and activities, Research paper and notes and C...

Norton, Frederick Peter

Helen Palmer Ward photographs

The Helen Palmer Ward was believed to be in the Prince Edward Island Hospital located on Longworth Avenue in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The ward may have been named after the daughter of Charles Palmer. Charles Palmer was chairman of t...

Photographs

This series consists of approximately 583 photographs, including originals, copy prints, and digital scans printed to paper. The series includes photos of Dewars and related families, scenic views, buildings, furniture made by Island builders, Ma...

Social activism

This series consist of articles, presentations, clippings, research material, notes, correspondence, and other material relating to a variety of social and environmental issues, including cosmetic pesticides, environmental health, land use, and wa...

Genealogical research material

This series consists of genealogical research materials (notes, family charts, copies of family documents, correspondence, photographs and original material) compiled or collected by Katherine Dewar during the course of her research of the Dewars ...

Miriam Mae Profitt Dewar materials

Miriam Mae Profitt Dewar (1910-1992) fulfilled many roles during her life, including: wife of Robert Dewar, mother of Diane and Katherine, Canadian Girls in Training leader, Red Cross volunteer, Division and Provincial Commissioner of the Girl Gui...

Macphail materials

This series consists of various materials regarding Sir Andrew Macphail and the Macphail Homestead organization, of which Katherine Dewar was a founding member. Materials include recordings of interviews with individuals who knew Sir Andrew, a ma...

Dewar photograph albums

Donald Dewar and his wife Betty Irving, and James Dewar and his wife Ann MacFarlane were all born in Perthshire, Scotland and came to PEI with their families between 1808 and 1820. Each couple had seven children, though one of Donald’s daughters ...

New Perth organizations

This series contains essays regarding the history of the New Perth Hall and the minute book of temperance organizations Lily Lodge No 77 British Templars (1871-1880) and Phoenix Lodge (1880-1881) of New Perth.

Diaries and personal papers

This series consists of diaries and personal papers belonging to Katherine Dewar. The series has been divided into two subseries: diaries and personal papers.

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