Fonds F01775 - Annie Elizabeth Graham fonds

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Annie Elizabeth Graham fonds

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CA ON00239 F01775

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  • 1924-1927 (Creation)
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    Graham, Annie Elizabeth

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0.07 m of textual records, 70 photographs

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(1905-1989)

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Annie Elizabeth Graham was born in Arnprior, Ontario, in May 1905. After attending elementary and high school in the Ottawa Valley town, she entered Queen's University at Kingston in the autumn of 1924. Following her graduation with a B.A. (Hons.) in 1927, Miss Graham enrolled in the Ontario College of Education in Toronto. Upon receipt of her Teacher's Certificate, she moved to Hamilton, Ontario where she taught Latin and English. Shortly, thereafter she married Hugh Cameron Jenkinson. Annie Elizabeth Graham served as the goalie for the Queen's Women's Hockey Team, and is credited with devising the first mask for goaltenders when she donned a wire fencing mask during games in the 1920s.

Hugh Cameron Jenkinson was born December 1904, in Lyons Creek, Crowland Township, Ontario. After attending a one-room school for his elementary education, he completed his secondary studies at Welland High School. He entered Queen's University at Kingston in 1923, and graduated in the spring of 1927 with his B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mechanical Engineering.

Custodial history

The material found in the Annie Elizabeth Graham fonds was donated to Queen's University Archives by her daughter, Mrs. Anne Jenkinson Bell in January 1993. Prior to coming into the possession of Mrs. Bell following the death of her mother in 1984, the items in question had resided with their creator's, Annie Elizabeth and Hugh Cameron Jenkinson.

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The fonds consists of a scrapbook (photocopy) containing numerous mementos, including photographs, programmes, clippings, invitations and dance cards, of her days at Queen's, 1924 - 1927; a poem extolling her chosen University and written by her during her second year [1926]; and a photo album belonging to her future husband, Hugh Cameron Jenkinson that was compiled by himself during his days an Honours Engineering student at Queen's, 1923 - 1927.

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Donated by the Family of Elizabeth Graham and Hugh Cameron Jenkinson - 1993

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  • English

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3163.1
V101.6 SE

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Open

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Those persons wishing to reproduce the poem by Elizabeth Graham, or any item found in either her scrapbook, or the photo album of Hugh Cameron Jenkinson, must obtain written permission from the donor.

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  • Shelf: 3163.1
  • Shelf: V101.6 SE