MB: living and writing the early days of parks canada

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Explore the items in the MB Williams collection. Ranging from audio interviews, to photos, to personal correspondence.

  • [Letterhead] Department of the InteriorNational Parks of CanadaOttawa 16th April, 1936. My dear M.B., Congratulations. I have information that you have out Grey Owled Grey Owl and I understand that you were a big success at the National…

    Correspondence

  • [Letterhead] Thomas Nelson & Sons LTD, PublishersIncorporating T.C. & E.C. Jack, LTD-London, Edinburgh, Paris, Melbourne, Toronto, New YorkCity 5256 (2 lines)Telegrams: Nelsons Publishers Cent LondonCode: A.B.C. Fifth Edition35 & 36…

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  • [Letterhead]Telegraphic AddressElagamont, London3 linesTelephone No.Whitehall 3081 Visitors Room,9, Waterloo Place,Pall Mall, S.W.1. June 8/36. Dearest Your nice letter arrived this morning. I knew you would understand and sympathise about…

    Correspondence

  • [Letterhead]Canadian PacificSteamship LinesBanff Springs HotelR.M.S. “Empress of Britain,” November 5, 1936. Dear Miss Williams: I was very sorry that the time at my disposal in London did not permit me personally to acknowledge…

    Correspondence

  • PersonalOttawaDecember 2, 1936 Dear Miss Williams, This is only a line to let you know of the due receipt of your letter of November 22nd, and to thank you warmly for its appreciative words, and for the suggestion it contains. With renewed…

    Correspondence

  • [Handwritten across the top]Prof. Thomson got this and sent it to me. J.B.H.Radio BroadcastFebruary 20, 1937J.F. Macdonald (Professor of English, University College, U. of T.) “I see a great land waiting for its own people to come and…

    Correspondence

  • [Letterhead] MINISTER OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENTFebrurary 16, 1972.Miss Mabel B. Williams,Ridout Towers-Apt. No. 609,100 Ridout Street, S.,London, Ontario. Dear Miss Williams: In December last, my Department’s staff paper,…

    Correspondence

  • An interview focused mostly on MB's work with the Parks Branch, conducted over two sessions in October 1969 and June 1970 by her niece Ruth and Ruth's husband Len Wertheimer.

    Audio Interview

  • MB Williams, seen here on the left hand side of the line of four women (note small x), was one of the first group of women to graduate from the University of Western Ontario, in 1900. This photo also includes those who graduated in 1901 and 1902, so…

    Images

  • An undated photograph of MB Williams.

    Images

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