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The poetical works of Charles Winfield Matheson
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MS-2-273, SF Box 35, Folder 7
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[ca. 1948] (Creation)
- Matheson, Charles Winfield
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248 pages (1 folder)
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Charles Winfield Matheson was born in 1878 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, to Charles and Jane (MacRae) Matheson. He was educated at Prince of Wales College, Dalhousie University (BA, 1903) and the University of Washington (MA, 1928). He was called to the bar in PEI in 1908 and in Alberta in 1909, where he practised law for much of his career. In 1942 he was appointed Acting Clerk in Chamber at the Calgary Court House. In 1909 Matheson married Annie Burn, with whom he had six children. He died in 1968.
Item was donated by Charles Matheson to the University Library in 1949 and accessioned by the Archives in 1976.
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Item is a bound copy of The Poetical Works of Charles Winfield Matheson.
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Charles Winfield Matheson fonds (Acc3043), Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island.
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Preferred citation: [Identification of item], MS-2-273, Box [box number], Folder [folder number], Dalhousie University Archives, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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