Accession MS-2-804.2015-043 - Dalhousie University yearbooks donated by Phyllis B. (Scott) Wood

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Dalhousie University yearbooks donated by Phyllis B. (Scott) Wood

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MS-2-804.2015-043

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  • 1948-1949 (Creation)
    Creator
    Wood, Phyllis B. (Scott)

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2 volumes

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(1928-)

Biographical history

Phyllis Barbara (Scott) Wood was born on February 11, 1928, to Walter Burton Scott and Wilma Jean Scott, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She attended LeMarchant Street School, and Queen Elizabeth High School, graduating in 1946. Phyllis attended the University of King's College from 1946 to 1949, on a university scholarship. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, in 1949.

Custodial history

Yearbooks were donated by Trish Lyle (daughter of Phyllis B. Wood) in November 2015.

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Accession contains two Dalhousie University yearbooks for 1948 and 1949.

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  • English

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Further accruals are not expected.

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Yearbooks were transferred to the Dalhousie University Reference Collection (MS-1-Ref).

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Final

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Full

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  • English

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