Series F01-S098 - Oral Histories and Autobiographies series

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Oral Histories and Autobiographies series

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CA ON00279 F01-S098

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  • 1992-2012 (Creation)
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    Oral Histories and Autobiographies

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Physical description

1 type script : hand bound ; 29 x 22 x 3 cm
7.5 cm of textual records
5 computer disks ; 9 x 9 cm

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(1992-2012)

Administrative history

The series contains oral histories and autobiographies of some of the Sisters of St. Joseph in the London Diocese. Many of the oral histories included were conducted for the Federation Collaborative History Project. The Federation includes all of the different Congregations of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in Canada. The oral histories included in the Federation project are those of a select few Sisters. These Sisters are: Noella Armstrong, Mary Doyle, Augustine Long, Margaret Ferris and Cathleen Flynn. Many of the Sisters discussed memories of their childhood and their lives before entering the convent. Most felt the call to service early in life and shared stories of their years preparing to become a professed Sister. Also included in the series are the memoirs of Sister Rosary Fallon, who was a gifted musician and teacher.

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Scope and content

This series includes digital and printed transcripts of oral history interviews with the Sisters, a hand bound typed and illustrated memoir, a typed draft memoir, e-mail correspondence regarding the Federation oral history project, and a newspaper clipping.

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Records transferred from the Congregation to the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada Archives - London site.

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  • English

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The records are stored offsite in London, Ontario.

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Open.

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Final

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Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

November 15, 2018

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