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CA ETRC P006-010-001-022 · Part · [ca. 1941]
Part of Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds

The item is a photograph of the grandchildren of Edward Lyon and Alice Dawson, showing (left-right): Helen (age 9), Donald (age 9), Bertram (age 7), Mary (age 5), William (age 4), Beverley (age 3). Children of Bert and Ruth (Edney) Lyons, and Vincent E. and Helen (Hubbard) Lyons.

Marjorie Bowen
CA ETRC P006-006-013 · File · [187-?]
Part of Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds

This file contains primary source information on Marjorie Bowen, probably from sometime in the 1870s. It consists of a portrait photograph of her.

Bowen, Marjorie
CA ETRC P006-006-009 · File · 1893-1954
Part of Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds

The file contains primary source information on Rose Meredyth Bowen Eardley-Wilmot from 1893 to 1954. It consists of biographical notes, a certificate from her Communion, a housekeeping journal, remarks on a trip to London, correspondence with her husband and daughter Barbara, poems including one entitled "The Little Sandpiper" by Rose, a property plan for a lot on Queen Street in Sherbrooke, a newspaper article on an address delivered by Rose in 1911, an invitation to Rose and Charles Eardley-Wilmot's wedding, a newspaper article on the wedding, a list of wedding gifts, a photograph of Rose from 1893 and from her marriage in 1914, newspaper clippings regarding her expression of her desire for a "United Canada" with regards to language in 1940, a newspaper clipping from her daughter Sylvia's wedding, a certificate for being a Life Member of the Women's Auxiliary to the Church of England in Canada, Diocese of Quebec, and obituaries announcing her death in 1954.

Bowen, Rose M. (1893-1954)
Scout Lloyd Bowen
CA ETRC P006-004-002-008 · Part · [ca. 1914]
Part of Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds

The item consists of two portrait photographs of Boy Scout Lloyd Bowen, a member of the 2nd Sherbrooke Troop, in uniform from about 1914.