File PHA 995.48.1.1 - Massey and Royal Family Scrapbook

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Massey and Royal Family Scrapbook

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CA ON00154 PHA 995.48.1.1

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  • 1939 - 1960 (Accumulation)
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    Massey, Vincent, 1887-1967
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    Port Hope

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0.03m textual records

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Port Hope Public Library received the scrapbooks from Jean Stuart McGotti and Graham Stuart of Canton, friends and neighbours of the Massey family. Jean appears in one news-clipping with the Massey daughters upon meeting the Queen Mother in 1965.

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File consists of a scrapbook compiled by a member of the Stuart family of Canton. The scrapbook begins with the Canadian tour of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1939 and ends with Vincent Massey's service as Governor-General and his death in 1967. Some of the contents include: An invitation from Mrs Vincent Massey to Mrs. Graham Stuart of Canton to meet Mrs. Massey at the Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina; Newclippings and papers concerning the Death of George VI and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II; and materials realated to the Massey family and the Batterwood Estate.

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