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Page 6

Letter from Lieutenant Nursing Sister M. Montizambert No. 4 C. G. H. (Canadian General Hospital) C.A.O. (Canadian Army Overseas) to Grace Bolton. Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. She wrote Miss Bolton to thank her and the alumnae for the package sent to her. The No. 4 hospital was located in Farnborough, England.
Margaret (Peggy) Montizambert was a class of 1941 Wellesley graduate.

Page 3-5

Letter from Lieutenant Nursing Sister E. Mary Stewart from the 7th Canadian General Hospital C.A.O.F (Canadian Army Occupation Force) C.A.O (Canadian Army Overseas) to Grace Bolton. Letter thanking the Alumnae association for sending her a Christmas box. Mary Ferguson graduated from Wellesley in 1943. The 7th Canadian General Hospital was near Bayeux, France and was established in July of 1944.

Page 2

Second page in scrapbook. Front has typed note "Box sent to Miss M. McMullen for Easter in March 1946". Underneath this is a newsclipping listing the contents of Overseas parcel no. 129 and the cost for shipping parcel. Mildred McMullen was a class of 1926 Wellesley graduate living in Ireland.
Back of page has typewritten "Contents of boxes sent to overseas nurses Xmas 1945". Underneath this are two typed lists of box contents for Parcel No. 83 for servicemen, and parcel no. 90 for civilian in the British Isles.

Page 10

Front of page 10 has list of recipients of 1943 Christmas boxes. Included are Nursing Sisters C. Tavener (class of 1930), H. Pangman (class of 1938), C.J. Cuthbert (class of 1927), L. Jamieson (class of 1939), R. Adams (class of 1930 ), A. Dalrymple Ironside (class of 1936), D. Lodge (class of 1919), J. Mecredy (class of 1940 ), H. Leonard Cuddy (class of 1934), M. Henry (class of 1926), K. Fisher (Class of 1934), E. Moore (class of 1936), D Legate (class of 1922), E. L. Belden (class of 1936). Boxes also sent to Major A. Shaw (a doctor from The Wellesley Hospital), Helen Cunningham (class of 1923), and Mildred McMullen (class of 1926).

On back of page is a typewritten list of contents of the boxes sent to E. L. Belden and D. Leggatt. Underneath this is a list of items given to Mary Stanton (class of 1931) for addition to evacuee boxes.

Page 11

Front of page 11 has a typewritten list of items placed in the boxes sent to Nursing Sisters in Africa. Box recipients were C. Tavener (class of 1930), H. Pangman (class of 1938), C.J. Cuthbert (class of 1927), L. Jamieson (class of 1939). At the bottom of the page is the mailing costs for all of the boxes sent out for Christmas, 1943.

Back of page has content listing for civilian boxes sent which were sent to Helen Cunningham (class of 1923), and Mildred McMullen (class of 1926). Bottom of page has list of recipients of letters and airgraphs (same as those sent boxes).

Page 7

Type written list of people who the Alumnae association sent 1945 Christmas boxes to. They sent 8 military and 2 civilian boxes overseas. The recipients of the boxes were Lieutenant Nursing Sisters Joan McCready, Elizabeth Rudd (class of 1941), Muriel Hillman (class of 1943), Catherine M. Paris (class of 1934), Peggy Montizambert (class of 1941), Dorothy McKnight (class of 1941), Hazel Haugh Usher (class of 1932) , E. Mary Stewart (class of 1943). Boxes also sent to Miss M. McMullen (class of 1926), and Miss Beatrice Roberts (class of 1932).

Page 8

On the front of page 8 is a typewritten list of recipients of Christmas 1944 boxes and cards sent by the Alumnae Association. Included are Lieutenant Nursing Sisters J. McCready (class of 1940), E. Rudd (class of 1941), E. M. Brown (class of 1942), M. Hillman (class of 1943) , M. R. Adams (class of 1930), L. Hamblin, K. Fisher (class of 1934), M. Montizambert (class of 1941), M. Littlejohn (class of 1943), H. Pangman (class of 1938), D. McKnight (class of 1941), H. Haugh (class of 1932), E. Moore (class of 1936), G. M. Stewart, C. J. Cuthbert (class of 1927), M. Montgomery (class of 1936), and L. Jamieson (class of 1939). Box also sent to Major Alex G. Shaw (a doctor from The Wellesley Hospital). Cards were sent to Captain E. C. Noble, Miss H. Cunningham (class of 1923), Miss M. McMullen (class of 1926), and Major C. A. Tavener (class of 1930).

Back of page is typewritten inventory of the contents of overseas boxes as well as the inventory of parcel 62 for servicemen.

Page 15

Front of page 15 entitled "POSTAGE" has a list of recipients of 1942 Christmas boxes. Included are Nursing Sisters C. Tavener (class of 1930), H. Pangman (class of 1938), C.J. Cuthbert (class of 1927), L. Jamieson (class of 1939), R. Adams (class of 1930 ), A. Dalrymple (class of 1936), D. Lodge (class of 1919), H. Crease (class of 1934), R. Hepburn (class of 1928), A. McElhern (class of 1941). Boxes also sent to Major A. Shaw (a doctor from The Wellesley Hospital), Helen Cunningham (class of 1923), and Mildred McMullen (class of 1926).

Page 16

Letter from Major A. G. Shaw ( a doctor from The Wellesley Hospital) to Grace Bolton. Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. He was stationed at the 12th Canadian General Hospital in Horley, England. He wrote to thank Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for his Christmas package. In his letter he mention Wellesley Nursing Alumnus K. Fisher (class of 1934).

Page 12

Front of page 12 has a typewritten list of items placed in the boxes sent to Nursing Sisters in England. Box recipients were .R. Adams (class of 1930 ), A. Dalrymple Ironside (class of 1936), D. Lodge (class of 1919), J. Mecredy (class of 1940 ), H. Leonard Cuddy (class of 1934), M. Henry (class of 1926), K. Fisher, E. Moore (class of 1936). Boxes were ordered from the T. Eaton Company. Bottom of page shows costs of items, and shipping.

Page 17

Letter from Nursing Sister Rae Adams (class of 1930). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. Letter thanking Grace Bolton for her Christmas package (which took 7 months to arrive) and she mentions that she is not able to say where she was serving or what was going on. Her letter is dated 3 days after D-Day and the landing on the beach at Normandy by Allied Forces. Rae Adams had been injured during an air raid on Catania, Sicily, on September 2, 1943 when anti-aircraft shell fell on No. 5 Canadian General Hospital, injuring her and 11 other nurses. She was sent back to England for recovery. Buy the time this letter was written she was back on active duty.

Page 18

Letter from Nursing Sister Delena Legate (class of 1922). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. Sent from #10 Canadian General Hospital in Watford, England. She mentions seeing other Wellesley graduates - Rae Adams (class of 1930) and Enid Moore (class of 1936).

Page 19

Letter from Nursing Sister Helen (Leonard) Cuddy (class of 1934). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. Sent from #2 Canadian General Hospital in Bramshott, England. She thanks Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for her Christmas box.

Page 21

Letter from Nursing Sister Daisy Lodge (class of 1919). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. Sent from #9 Canadian General Hospital in Horsham, England. She thanks Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for her Christmas box. Talks about Christmas there, and the unit she is working with. She mentions running into Helen Crease (Class of 1934).

Page 20

Letter from Nursing Sister Joan Mecredy (class of 1940). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter. Sent from #2 Canadian General Hospital in Bramshott, England. She thanks Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for her Christmas box. She mentions that Constance Tavener (Class of 1930) and Helen Cuddy are also stationed out of #2.

Pages 22-23

Letter from Nursing Sister Anne Dalrymple Ironside (class of 1936). Four page letter (2 page double sided) was sent from the #16 Canadian General Hospital in Marston Green, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Association for her Christmas box. Mentions the different Wellesley graduates she has heard are overseas with her including Enid Moore (class of 1936), Katie Fisher (class of 1934), Helen Leonard Cuddy (class of 1934), Constance Tavener (class of 1930), Rae Adams (class of 1930), Barbara MacDonald Lockwood (class of 1936), and Alice Barker (class of 1936).

Page 24

Letter from Nursing Sister Enid Moore (class of 1936). Written on Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps stationary and sent from the #18 Canadian General Hospital in Cherry Tree, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Association for her Christmas box. She mentions seeing Rae Adams (class of 1930) and that Miss Adams was injured in Italy while she was stationed there. Rae Adams was injured when an anti-aircraft shell hit the #5 Canadian General Hospital.

Page 25

Airgraph from Nursing Sister Constance Cuthbert (class of 1927) sent from the the Military Hospital in Cullinan Transvaal, South Africa. She thanks Grace for her airgraph and states she hasn't yet received her Christmas Box. She also mentions Rae Adams injury, inquiring about her wellbeing. Rae Adams had been injured in Italy when an anti-aircraft shell hit the #5 Canadian General Hospital.

Page 26-27

Letter from Nursing Sister Harriette Pangman (class of 1938). Letter on Canadian Army active duty stationary and was sent from Vasto, Italy at the #4 Casualty Clearing Station. She thanks Miss Stanton (Mary Stanton, class of 1931) and the Alumnae association for her package. In her letter she also describes how the station is set up.

Page 28

Airgraph from Nursing Sister Constance Cuthbert (class of 1927) from the Military Hospital in Sonderwater, Transvaal, South Africa. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae association for the package sent. She goes on to describe the hospital set up. She also touches on nurses re-signing contracts to continue service, figuring that the war looked to be over soon.

Pages 37-38

Letter mailed from Nursing Sister Becky (Rebecca) Hepburn (class of 1928) from the #5 Canadian General Hospital in Taplow, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Association for her Christmas package. She is stationed at the same hospital as Rae Adams (class of 1930).

Page 29

Letter from Nursing Sister Harriette Pangman (class of 1938). Letter is blue and folds up into its own envelope - an armed forces air letter sent from #15 Canadian General Hospital in Bramshott, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Association for the box sent and discusses her assignments at the Hospital

Pages 30-32

Letter from Nursing Sister Helen Crease (class of 1934). The 3 page (double sided) letter was sent from #7 Canadian General Hospital in Taplow, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Assocition for the package and discusses her leave in Northern Scotland.

Pages 35-36

Letter from Helen Cunningham (class of 1923) writing from Udimore, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae Association for the package. In her letter she talks about what she did for Christmas and she also talks about the number of children she fears will be "deserted" after the war is over.

Pages 39-44

First two pages are a transcribed letter from Nursing Sister Daisy Lodge (class of 1919). In her letter, sent from #1 Canadian General Hospital in Horsham, England, she thanks Grace and the Alumnae for her Christmas package. Her letter gives an extensive description of how her hospital is set up. She also indicate she is with the Montreal unit - with the Toronto Unit have no vacancies and laments over the lack of trained male orderlies in the hospital. The airgraph version of the letter (3 pgs and the envelope) were stored behind the typewritten letter.

Page 47

Airgraph sent from Nursing Sister Anne Dalrymple (class of 1936) at the #16 Canadian General Hospital in Cuckfield, England. She thanks Grace and the Alumnae for her parcel and details what she did for Christmas. Mentions that Harriette Pangman (class of 1938) had also received her package.

Page 46

Airgraph sent from Nursing Sister Constance Tavener (class of 1930) from the #15 Canadian General Hospital in Bramshott, England. In her letter, she thanks Grace and the Alumnae for her Christmas package and she reminisces about her time at Wellesley.

Pages 48-51

Letter sent by Mildred McMullen (class of 1926) from Rathfriland, Northern Ireland. She writes that she is not yet in the Service because of the death of her mother, but hopes to join one of the Canadian hospitals in England. She was working at a First Aid station.

Page 53

Double sided letter from someone in the Toronto Branch of the British Minesweepers Auxiliary. Letter thanks Grace Bolton and the Wellesley Alumnae for their donation of 23 items - 12 pairs of socks, 1 helmet (balaclava) , 6 seamen's caps, and 4 scarves. The Alumnae knit these items for the auxiliary.

Page 54

Double sided letter from someone in the Toronto Branch of the British Minesweepers Auxiliary. Letter thanks Grace Bolton and the Wellesley Alumnae for their donation of 26 items - 12 pairs of socks, 12 caps, and 2 pairs of mitts. The Alumnae knit these items for the auxiliary.

Pages 55-56

Two page typewritten letter from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto Branch of the British Minesweepers Auxiliary. The letter thanks Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for the knitting they have done since Aug. 4, 1943, listing all the items contributed. It also thanks them for sending money to cover the wool provided by the auxiliary for the projects.

Page 58

Letter from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae for their knitted contribution of 4 scarves, 3 pairs of mitts, 2 helmets (balaclavas), and 1 cap.

Page 60

Card from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae for their knitted contribution of 7 pairs of navy mitts, 2 pairs of navy socks, 5 turtle neck tuck-ins, 2 ribbed helmets (balaclavas), 1 scarf, and 1 seaman's cap.

Page 62

Letter from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae for their knitted contribution of 20 turtle neck tuck-ins. She encourages the Alumnae to continue knitting.

Page 65

Letter from Mrs. A. J. MacKenzie, wool convenor, of the Toronto Chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League thanking the Wellesley Alumnae for their contribution of 4 pairs of navy socks, 5 pairs of navy mitts, 1 pair of gloves, 4 seaman's caps, 2 ribbed helmets (balaclavas), and 8 turtle neck tuck-ins.

Page 63

Letter from Eleanor Breckenridge of the Toronto Chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League thanking the Wellesley Alumnae for their contribution of 1 scarf, 9 caps, 10 pairs of mittens, 27 tuck-ins, 7 pairs of socks, and 2 pairs of grey socks.

Page 64

Letter from Mrs. A. J. MacKenzie, wool convenor, of the Toronto Chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League thanking the Wellesley Alumnae for their contribution of 11 seaman's caps, 1 scarf, 3 pairs of gloves, 2 balaclava helmets, 4 pairs of socks, and 5 turtle neck tuck-ins.

Page 69

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 7 pairs of navy socks, 11 pairs of grey socks, 1 pair of navy mitts, 4 pairs of navy gloves, 6 seaman's caps, and 6 square neck sleeveless sweaters.

Page 72

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 6 helmets (balaclavas), 4 caps, 2 turtleneck sweaters, 16 pairs of navy socks, 4 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of gloves, and 1 pair of gray socks.

Page 67

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 37 pairs of socks, 1 turtleneck sweater, 2 sleeveless sweaters, 8 caps, 3 helmets, 8 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of gloves, and 1 scarf.

Page 68

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 5 sleeveless sweaters, 3 caps, 26 pairs of socks, 4 pairs of gloves, and 1 pair of mitts.

Page 70

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 turtleneck sweaters, 8 square neck sweaters, 11 pairs of navy socks, 11 pairs of grey socks, 2 caps, 2 pairs of mitts, and 1 scarf.

Page 71

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 9 pairs of grey socks, 3 pairs of navy socks, 4 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of gloves, 3 sweaters, and 1 helmet (balaclava).

Page 73

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 5 turtleneck sweaters, 1 sleeveless sweater, 4 helmets (balaclavas), 9 caps, 9 pairs of mitts, 6 pairs of gloves, 10 pairs of socks.

Page 74

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 turtleneck sweaters, 2 caps, 5 helmets, 1 balaclava, 10 pairs of mitts, 1 pair of gloves, and 8 pairs of socks.

Page 76

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 6 turtleneck sweaters, 8 caps, 7 helmets, 6 pairs of mitts, 1 pair of gloves, 7 pairs of blue socks, and 7 pairs of grey socks.

Page 75

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 turtleneck sweaters, 5 seaman's caps, 1 helmets, 7 pairs of mitts, 1 tuck-in, and 8 pairs of socks.

Page 77

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 9 turtleneck sweaters, 10 caps, 6 helmets, 9 pairs of mitts, and 12 pairs of socks.

Page 78

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 4 turtleneck sweaters, 1 sleeveless sweater, 9 caps, 10 helmets, 8 pairs of mitts, and 6 pairs of socks.

Page 81

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 16 seamen's caps, 5 helmets, 8 pairs of mitts, 3 pairs of gloves, 13 pairs of socks, 1 pair of seamen's stockings, and 1 turtleneck sweater.

Page 82

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 9 pairs of mitts, 3 pairs of socks, 3 helmets, and 1 cap.

Page 83

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 8 tuck-ins, 3 pairs of mitts, 10 pairs of socks, 11 seamen's caps, and 2 scarves.

Page 80

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 9 pairs of navy mitts, 9 pairs of navy socks, 9 ribbed helmets, 1 helmet, and 4 seamen's caps.

Page 86

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 17 turtleneck tuck-ins, 12 pairs of navy socks, 1 pair of grey socks, 1 scarf, 8 helmets, and 8 pairs of navy mitts.

Page 88

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 1 turtleneck sweater, 1 scarf, 2 pairs of seamen's socks, 6 pairs of socks, 1 helmet.

Page 85

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 1 scarf, 2 caps, 1 helmet, 4 turtleneck tuck-ins, 7 pairs of navy mitts, and 5 pairs of navy socks.

Page 87

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 12 pairs of navy socks, 4 pairs of grey socks, 7 scarves, 2 turtleneck sweaters, 5 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of two-way mitts, 2 pairs of seasocks, 6 helmets, and 2 tuck-ins.

Page 90

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 scarves, 20 helmets, 7 pairs of mitts, 1 pair of seamen's stockings, and 6 decks of cards.

Page 89

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 6 pairs of navy socks, 2 pairs of navy mitts, 9 helmets, 5 tuck-ins, and 5 pairs of seamen's stockings.

Page 91

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 3 scarves, 5 pairs of socks, 7 helmets, 10 pairs of mitts.

Page 94

Letter from Harry N. Barry to all contributors and helpers to the Navy Knitters. They have discontinued their operations giving way to the Red Cross Society, and the Overseas Parcels League - British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary which are doing similar projects.

Page 37

Front and back of page contain newspaper clippings about Wellesley Nursing graduates, and others, serving overseas in South Africa and other areas. Photographs of the nurses are included: Constance Cuthbert, Enid Moore, Constance Tavener, Harriet Pangman, Jean Harris, Agnes McElheran, and Jane Whyte.

Bolton, Grace

Page 39

Front of the page has articles about Wellesley graduation exercises, including photographs of prize winners and a complete list of graduates names.
Back of the page has article and photograph showing Mrs. Dorothy Anderson (nee Price), class of 1937, with her son David Malcolm and her husband Squadron leader Norman Anderson. Also has another article about Hollywood director Michael Curtiz and has a picture of airline hostess Eden Belden, class of 1936.

Bolton, Grace

Page 41

Front of page has programme and name tag for the annual meeting of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario in Toronto. Also on the page are clippings about Wellesley alumnus Edna Belden, class of 1936, serving overseas with the Royal Canadian Navy. She received medal Associate Royal Red Cross for her actions during a hospital fire in St. John's Newfoundland.
Back of the page has more more articles about her, along with a story about Alumnus Rae Adams, class of 1930, being injured while serving in Sicily, and a story about Constance Tavener, class of 1930, serving overseas as well.

Bolton, Grace

Page 38

Front of page has articles about the 15th annual meeting of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario in Ottawa. The back of the page has articles about the Wellesley Alumnae's contribution to the war effort through the Red Cross and through knitting projects for evacuated children, and men serving overseas.

Bolton, Grace

Page 40

Front of page has articles about the Wellesley Alumnae annual meeting, including information on their contributions to the war effort and that 11 Wellesley grads were serving overseas.
Back of the page has clippings and photographs of Alumnae Association members Grace Bolton, Mary Stanton, and Dorothy Powers, as well as information about the association donations to the war effort. There is an article and photograph of class of 1936 graduate Flt. Lt. M. Montgomery.

Bolton, Grace

Page 43

Front of page has a thank you card for Grace Bolton from the Alumnae Executive, articles about the January 1942 annual Alumnae meeting where executive were appointed, Elsie K. Jones spoke about air-raid precaution and defense, and other orders of business.
Back of page has a program from the June 12, 1942 Nursing school graduation, and also articles about Wellesley nurses joining services and other alumnae news.

Bolton, Grace

Page 47

Front of the page has a 30th Graduation programme for Wellesley - June 16th, 1944 and various news clippings about alumnae dinners, Hospital expansion, and a photo of former Wellesley employee Jean Keefe overseas with R.C.A.M.C.
Back of the page has news clippings about Wellesley's new board of directors, an architectural rendering of the new hospital, and a tea held by the Wellesley Alumnae in honour of Nursing Sister Constance Tavener, class of 1930.

Bolton, Grace

Page 44

Front of page has news clipping about Nurses receiving awards at the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing graduation ceremony.
Back of page has a program from the June 18, 1943 Nursing school graduation, and also articles Wellesley Hospital expansion.

Bolton, Grace

Page 46

Front of page has photograph and list of names for the Wellesley class of 1943. Also an article about the shipping of knitted articles by the Navy Knitters.
Back of page has an article about the changing of the Wellesley Hospital from a private hospital to a public hospital.

Bolton, Grace

Page 48

Folder contains two photographs - one of school children in Manchester, England and the other of the school staff with a cake. Folder also contains three letters concerning the Alumnae Associations aid of children in England, and one from the Matron's Office of Guy's Hospital in London.

Medals

File contains Canadian (British) and American World War I and II medals. Some were awarded to Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing class of 1915 alumnus Willmina Ferguson and the others were donated by her family to the Archives.

Records pertaining to employee involvement in WWII

File contains records related to employee involvement in the Second World War. Includes newspaper clippings related to individual staff member involvement; typescript lists of employees enlisted or killed in action; and an issue of Kodak magazine from October 1943 containing an annotated list of Canadian Kodak staff members who volunteered to fight.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Reproduced photographs

File contains reproductions of photographs used by corporate communications and also likely by the Kodak Canada Heritage Collection and Museum. Subject matter includes: Plant and facilities at Colborne and King streets; Kodak Heights; factory work; employees; wartime; product images; dental and medical photography; George Eastman; corporate events; and others. Some reproductions annotated.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records pertaining to television, magazine, and web-based advertisements

File contains records related to the production of television, magazine, and web-based advertisements. Documents include: drafts of advertising copy and dialogue; graphic mock-ups and storyboards; market testing documents; notes and correspondence; and cost invoices. Most records were created by Canadian firm Baker Lovick Advertising between 1975 and 1977, but file also contains advertising copy from J. Walter Thompson of New York and promotional material from Toronto-based firm Rostrum International Inc. soliciting business from Kodak for its digital communications services.

Kodak Canada Inc.

WWII product display captions and labels

File consists of draft and finalized labels for a display consisting of a naval gunsighting telescope and Mark III and IX compasses and their component parts. Includes photocopied images of the display. Mark III and IX compasses and naval gunsighting telescopes were produced by Canadian Kodak Co. during WWII.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Sales records

File consists of records of Canadian Kodak's sales figures from 1900 to 1955. Most records delineate domestic, export and total sales. However, some contains sales figures for individual product lines. File includes sales recorded during World War II.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records pertaining to miscellaneous written publications

File contains records created during the process of publishing various books, magazine articles, and other forms of press, including articles for Kodakery Canada, InFocus, and Kodak Canada News. Items include memos, correspondence, annotated drafts, images, and other ephemera. Subjects of publications include: Kodak pioneers; Kodak Canada's Vancouver processing lab; Kodak's role in metropolitan Toronto; airshow photography; Kodak's relationship with Quebec; Kodak products, employees, and awards; antique cameras; Kodak's role in both World Wars; and nature photography.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records related to photograph production and publication

File contains records created in the production and publication of promotional photographs. Documents include: image captions for photographs of individuals, products, and war-related munitions work; picture files for photographs for the 1962 annual report; correspondence with external individuals requesting usage rights; correspondence regarding the Kodak commemorative stamp photographs, product images, and Kodak Ltd.'s coronation photographs; and photography release forms. Most records in file were unfortunately divorced from their accompanying photographs at some point during their life cycle.

Kodak Canada Inc.

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