Monthly Archives: June 2011

Miss Otty remembers . . .

On Saturday, 4 June 2011, the Ouigoudi District Convention of the New Brunswick Women’s Institute in celebration of the NBWI’s 100th Anniversary, welcomed a special guest, a person and voice from the past, Miss Marianne Grey Otty (1890-1963).  Ever the … Continue reading

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A funny thing happened this week . . .

How is this for serendipity . . . On Tuesday, 7 June 2011 we received two gifts for the collection from Barb Routledge, Doaktown, New Brunswick.  One is a New Brunswick Reader, First Primer used by Mrs. Routledge’s mother, Cora … Continue reading

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This date in history . . .

Leonard Arthur Tilley signed this photograph of himself 3 June 1873.  LA Tilley was born 19 November 1852 the fifth child and second son of Samuel Leonard Tilley and his first wife, Julia Ann Hanford.  On the 27 April 1876 … Continue reading

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