Fonds PR-0034 - Lillian Shandley fonds

Group of boys in uniform Official residence of the first Governor of British Columbia, Sir James Douglas 1858 "Woodlands" 138 Government Street "Woodlands" 138 Government Street "Woodlands" 138 Government Street Mrs. Mason's Boarding House guests 130 Government Street The "Bays" soccer team

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Lillian Shandley fonds

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  • 1884-1985 (Creation)
    Shandley, Lillian Rose, 1897-1993

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16 photographs and other material

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Lillian Shandley, the daughter of Henry and Jessie Martin, married Frank Shandley in 1921 and had one son, Ralph.

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Fonds consists of miscellaneous family records and artifacts relating to Mrs. Shandley and her family.

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Includes 16 photographs, five postcards, one etching, one watercolour, 0.04 m of textual material and assorted artifacts.

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