File MS-5-2, Box 1, Folder 12 - Letters from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon

Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Envelope from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon Letter from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon

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Letters from Sir Wilfrid Laurier to Ellen Ballon

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MS-5-2, Box 1, Folder 12

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  • 1910-1916 (Creation)
    Creator
    Laurier, Wilfrid, Sir
    Place
    Ottawa (Ont.)

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11 pages + 12 envelopes

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(1841-1919)

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier was the seventh Prime Minister of Canada, in office from July 11, 1896 to October 6, 1911.

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File contains letters from the Canadian Prime Minister to Ellen Ballon, primarily concerning the progress of her musical education and her performances.

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  • English

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  • English

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