Discrete Item F1330 - The Amber riders and other poems

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The Amber riders and other poems

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  • 1929 (Creation)
    Dalton, Annie Charlotte

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0.03 m of textual records

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Annie Charlotte Dalton (nee Armitage) was born in 1865 in Yorkshire, England and displayed an early interest in painting and poetry. A childhood illness rendered her totally deaf. In 1891 she married Willie Dalton and in 1904 moved to Vancouver, British Columbia. Mrs . Dalton's works included numerous contributions to periodicals, nine published books, at least five privately printed pamphlets, and a large volume of unpublished works including a book-length collection of essays.

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Bound typescript of poetry.

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Transfer from Special Collections Unit, Douglas Library, Queen's University


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  • English

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2055 - Box 4

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  • Shelf: 2055, Box 3, file 3