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Newspaper clippings scrapbook
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- Attributions and conjectures: Title based on contents of the scrapbook and notes inscribed on the flyleaf.
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- William Lockhart
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1 39 x 27 x 4 cm leather-bound scrapbook.
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According to research in Ancestry.ca, William Rufus Lockhart was born on September 14, 1893, in Petitcodiac, New Brunswick, to father Edwin and mother Lyla. William's brother was Frank Edwin Lockhart (1883-1916) was killed on April 8, 1916, in Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, during the First World War. William married Mary Jane McCully in 1918 in Petitcodiac. William died on May 23, 1962, in Petitcodiac. The relationship between the Lockharts and St. Peter's Cathedral Church, and the reason St. Peter's Cathedral Church Archives has a scrapbook compiled by the two brothers, is unknown.
This item was found among the backlog of archives organized by St. Peter's Cathedral in 2018-2020. The book was originally accessioned as No. 090894.
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One scrapbook containing newspaper clippings related to various topics, both church-related and otherwise. On the flyleaf of the book is inscribed "commissioned to build this scrapp book, January 1894, Frank E. Lockhart." The name is crossed out an additional inscription is shown as "Willie Lockhart, Petitcodiac, N.B., February 23, 1905."
The scrapbook is fragile, with pages torn out.
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LOCATION: SPCA BOX 51, ITEM 2.