Fonds - Elizabeth Goudie fonds

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Elizabeth Goudie fonds

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  • 1975, 1977, 1982 (Creation)
    Goudie, Elizabeth
    Mud Lake, Labrador (NL)

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Elizabeth (Blake) Goudie (April 20, 1902-June 10, 1982) was born and educated in Mud Lake, Labrador, the daughter of Sarah Michelin and Joseph Blake. She married Jim Goudie, a trapper, in 1920 and had eight children. Elizabeth Goudie is the author of "Woman of Labrador" which was published in 1973. This book was rated as one of the best sellers in Canada and has sold worldwide. She was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Memorial University and was re-known for her contribution to Labrador.

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Fonds consists of a short story written by Elizabeth Goudie entitled "Aunt Annie Blake" (1975); newspaper profile of Elizabeth Goudie (1977); book review of "Woman of Labrador" printed in the Newfoundland HERALD (1977); newspaper clipping from the Daily News entitled "Quiet Christmas, 1927" by Elizabeth Goudie (1982)

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