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Alice Etter Bulmer fonds

DATES OF CREATION:
1920-1945

PHYSICAL EXTENT:
2.5 cm of textual records

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY/BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Alice L. (Etter) Bulmer (1870-1956), of Aulac, New Brunswick, was the daughter of Rupert Etter, and married T. Walter Bulmer

CUSTODIAL HISTORY:
Not available

SCOPE AND CONTENTS:
Fonds consists of diaries kept by Alice Bulmer and a clipping. The diaries date from late 1920 to mid-1938, and include: records of eggs lain, 1922, 1923 and 1935; eggs sold, 1923; raspberries sold, 1931; a list of members and minutes of an unidentified church meeting, ca. 1938. Clipping is: "interesting suggestion made by A.W. Bulmer, well known Aulac resident," probably from The Sackville Tribune, 1945.

SOURCE OF TITLE:
Title based on content of fonds

ACCRUALS:
Not applicable

ASSOCIATED MATERIALS:
Not known

FINDING AIDS:
Inventory available at repository

IMMEDIATE SOURCE OF ACQUISITION:
Donated by Elaine Lucas, 1988

LANGUAGE:
English

LOCATION OF ORIGINALS:
Mount Allison University Archives

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Not available

RELATED RECORDS:
None known

ALL OTHER NOTES:
Not applicable

RETRIEVAL NUMBER:
8822

REPOSITORY:
Mount Allison University Archives

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS, USE AND REPRODUCTION:
Open for research purposes. Copying and/or publication permitted only with written permission of the Mount Allison University Archives

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