Records relating to education

Title: Records relating to education
Dates of Material:
1915–1939, 1950–1951, predominant 1921–1925
17 cm of textual records
Scope and content

Subseries consists of records relating to Mary Rowell Jackman’s education at King’s Hall boarding school, Compton, Quebec, 1915–1921, and at Victoria University, 1921–1925, 1938–1939, 1950–1951. Includes class notes, exam booklets, and grades; ephemera such as event programmes and newspaper articles; correspondence with sorority sisters and others re school matters; a paper Mary Rowell Jackman wrote on the “History of the Class of 2T5 from the girls’ point of view,” 1921; and other records.

Related groups of records

See also Series 5

2011.02, Box 12
King’s Hall boarding school
121Certificates1915, 1919
122Correspondence re: Mary becoming “Head Girl” 1920
123Ephemera and various 1917-1921
Victoria University 
124Alida Starr Martin incoming correspondence (most from Mary) 1923-1925
125Art notes 1950, 1951
126Correspondence re: grades 1921, 1923
127Dance cards 1921-1925
128Ephemera 1921-1925
129Exam booklets and results 1922
1210French notes 1922, 1926-1927
1212“History of the Class of 2T5 from the girls' point of view”1921
1213Kappa Kappa Gamma 1923-1927
1214Kappa Kappa Gamma Convention, Huntsville 1924
1215Religion notes 1926, n.d.
2011.02, Box 37
3710Social history and philosophy of social work notes and grades (includes paper on “The Emergence of Unemployment as a Problem”) 1938-1939