Wallace family fonds. [1917-1922].
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Marjorie Pickthall, Canadian poet and novelist, was born in England. In 1899, her family moved to Canada. She then began to contribute regularly to magazines. After her mother died in 1910, she worked at the library of Victoria College (Toronto), helping to compile the annual bibliography of Canadian poetry. In 1912, she returned to England for health reasons. She returned to Toronto in 1920 and shortly thereafter moved to Vancouver. The last two years of her life were spent mainly in Victoria a...
J. N. B. Hewitt was an Iroquois Indian and ethnologist. From the guide to the Tuscarora Indian materials, 1883-1890, 1883-1890, (American Philosophical Society) Anthony F. C. Wallace is an anthropologist. From the description of William Parsons material, [1941-1947, n.d.]. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122380079 From the guide to the William Parsons material, [1941-1947, n.d.], Circa 1941-1947, (American Philosophical Soci...
Paul A. W. Wallace was a professor of English, with interests in Pennsylvania history. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1920]-1967. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122347523 Anthropologist, historian, and folklorist Paul A.W. Wallace (1894-1967) drew national recognition in the 1940s and 1950s for his pioneering work on eighteenth century Indian-white relations. A contemporary and colleague of Alfred Irving Hallowell, Wallace br...
Edith Joan Lyttleton of Campbell Town, Tasmania, wrote under the pen name G. B. Lancaster. Her work is variously set in New Zealand (where she spent her childhood), England, Canada, and Australia. Among her works are a collection of short stories, Sons of man (1904), and the novels Jim of the range (1910), Pageant (1933), Promenade (1938), and Grand parade (1943). From the description of Edith J. Lyttleton letters to Paul A.W. Wallace, 1918- 1943. (Pennsylvania State University Libra...