Sub-series 36 - Mabel E. Derick

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Mabel E. Derick

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CA ETRC P058-002-36

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  • 1907-1912 (Creation)

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0.005 m. of textual records

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Mabel Evelyn Derick was born on 10 April to 1886 in Noyan, Quebec to Morris C. Derick and Lizzie (Elizabeth) Beerwort. She studied typing and shorthand in Brookline, Massachusetts, living with her uncle and aunt, Myron and Gertrude Derick during that time. Mabel married Harry Bangs in Boston, Massachusetts. She died in 1923 and is buried in Noyan, Quebec.

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The sub-series contains primary source information on the education, professional, and personal life of Mabel E. Derick in Brookline, Massachusetts from 1907 to 1912. It consists of letters written by Mabel to her father, Morris C. Derick with details on her studies, work prospects, personal life, and various family details. It also contains a letter written in shorthand.

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  • English

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