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Alfreda Joan Leech fonds
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Alfreda Joan Leech, a.k.a. Joan, was born the 25 January 1932 to Henry William Leech and Ellen Lily Symons. Joan was proficient in the piano, receiving certificates and awards, both locally and from the McGill Conservatorium of Music. In particular, she was a recipient of the Schubert Club Scholarship in 1946. She married Edward D. Mills on 21 July 1956 in Sherbrooke. Together they had two children: Ken and Debbie. Joan passed away on 1 October 2018 and was buried at the Elmwood Cemetery in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
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The fonds contains primary source information on the life of Alfreda Joan Leech in Sherbrooke from 1927 to 1948. It consists of piano certificates, piano reports from the Institut des Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie, recital programs from the Mitchell School in Sherbrooke, an award from the Schubert Club Scholarship, a Sunday School certificate, and a marriage certificate for Henry W. Leech and E. Lily Symons.
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No further accruals are expected.
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The fonds was donated by Jim Davidson, son-in-law of Joan Leech, in 2013.
The documents are in English.
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28 janvier, 2016