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              Edward Charles Gladding
              CA BCHS BCHS1105 · Fonds · 1927-1929

              The fonds consists of primary and secondary source information relating to Edward Charles Gladding, who came to Canada through the British Home Children program, and was shortly sheltered in Gibbs home in Sherbrooke. It includes a personal document and a photograph of him, and digitized copies of newspaper articles about his violent death.

              Edward Charles Gladding
              CA BCHS BCHS1105-S2-D1 · File · ca. 1929
              Part of Edward Charles Gladding

              The file contains a photograph of Edward Charles Gladding, sitting on a motorcycle, with three other young men around him, taken at Strange Farm in East Farnham, where he worked.

              Photograph
              CA BCHS BCHS1105-S2 · Series · ca. 1929
              Part of Edward Charles Gladding

              The series consists of a photograph of Edward Charles Gladding, taken in East Farnham, where he worked.

              Textual records
              CA BCHS BCHS1105-S1 · Series · 1927-1929
              Part of Edward Charles Gladding

              The series consists of primary and secondary source documents relating to Edward Charles Gladding. It includes his official passport with a glued photograph, and digitized copies of newspaper articles about his violent death.

              Personal life
              CA BCHS BCHS1105-S1-D1 · File · 1927-1929
              Part of Edward Charles Gladding

              The file contains primary and secondary source documents relating to Edward Charles Gladding. It includes his official passport with a glued photograph of him, and digitized copies of newspaper articles, in the Sherbrooke Daily Records and Le Canada, about his violent death.