Fonds PR-0037 - Victoria E. Lemmax fonds

Beacon Hill Park, Goodacre Lake Beacon Hill Park, Goodacre Lake looking north towards Christ Church Cathedral Lemmax family Bandstand in Beacon Hill Park.  Hannah Maynard with bicycle.  The boy possibly one of Maynard's sons Beacon Hill Park.  Hannah Maynard with bicycle.  The boy with bicycle possibly one of Maynard's sons Agricultural Fair building in Beacon Hill Park Ursus Kermode (white bear) who lived at Beacon Hill Park 1924-1948

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Victoria E. Lemmax fonds

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  • 1897-1927 (Creation)
    Lemmax, Victoria Eleuthera, 1898-1991

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33 photographs and 0.02 m of textual records

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Victoria Lemmax graduated from the Victoria Normal School in 1918 and began a teaching career that lasted 43 years.

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Fonds consists mainly of photographs of the Lemmax family and school-related photos and certificates.

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