Collection APL 094 - Harriet Martin collection

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Harriet Martin collection

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CA Them Days APL 094

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  • 1920, 1922, 1931 (Creation)

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0.5 cm textual records

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Sarah Harriet Martin (1916-1998) was born in Bill's Island, Labrador, to Tom and Elizabeth Pardy. At the age of 2 she lost both her parents to the Spanish influenza epidemic of 1918. After being raised by her aunt and uncle, she went to work at the Lockwood dormitory and with the Royal Newfoundland Rangers. In July of 1939, Harriet married Donald Martin and had 6 children: Rose, Doris, Lorenia, Tom, Barbara and Betty.

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Donated by Harriet Martin in 1976

Scope and content

Collection consists of correspondence to Sarah Pardy from Miss C. Ashall, June 10, 1920, 1 page original; correspondence to Sarah Pardy from Rev. Henry Gordon, 1922, 1 page handwritten original; financial statement of John Campbell Learning from Hudson's Bay Company, Nov. 5, 1931, 1 page original

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No restrictions.

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Much material in Them Days Archives has copyright protection. Researchers must obtain permission from copyright holders before publication in any form.

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2016-03-04

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  • English

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