Attenborough, Frederick

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Attenborough, Frederick

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Frederick Attenborough (fl. 1935), was a teacher and diarist who traveled to Newfoundland via Edinburgh and Liverpool in the summer of 1935. Little is known about Attenborough beyond what can be discerned from his diary. At the time of his trip, he resided at 43 Milton Street, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. He was a schoolmaster at Burton Grammar School. In July and August 1935, he took his annual summer holiday abroad. He had no travelling companions, but he did make several acquaintances on board the SS Nova Scotia. His trip extended from 29 July to 31 August.

Attenborough's holiday took him by ship to parts of Newfoundland and Canada. He remained in St. John's from 8 August to 11 August, returning again from 23 August to 25 August. Attenborough visited many sites such as Bowring Park, Cabot Tower and Government House.


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Created - May 6, 2013


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