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Clement, Florence Grace
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Aid-Memoire.

File consists of aid-memories written by Florence Grace Clement. Includes jokes, quotations and historical notes.

Clement, Florence Grace

Clippings : announcements.

File consists of clippings accumulated by Florence Grace Clement. Includes announcements of births, deaths and marriages for family members and others in the Kitchener-Waterloo community.

Clement, Florence Grace

Clippings : local history.

File consists of clippings accumulated by Florence Grace Clement on the history of the Kitchener-Waterloo region.

Clement, Florence Grace

Correspondence.

File consists of 25 pieces of correspondence to and from Florence Grace Clement. Correspondents include:

  • Rita Armstrong,
  • Carlton and Mary Clement,
  • William Pope Clement,
  • Bill Cowls,
  • Margaret (Peggy) Clement Forbes,
  • Gay Forester,
  • Naomi Jackson Groves,
  • Emma Kels,
  • Buddy McGowan,
  • Allyn Murison,
  • M.C. Shaw (Kitchener and Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School),
  • Janet Stewart,
  • Fran [?],
  • Kitchener-Waterloo Record.

Clement, Florence Grace

Correspondence : cards.

File consists of 22 pieces of correspondence (primarily Christmas cards) addressed to Florence Grace Clement as well as one blank card.
Correspondents include:

  • William Pope Clement,
  • Chris and Eddie Hebscher,
  • Pat Henderson (Sunbeam Home),
  • Stanley and LauraBell Hodgins (Camp Wanapitei),
  • Buddy and Margaret McGowan,
  • Kay Morley-Stark,
  • Allyn Murison,
  • Muriel Hodgetts Pollock,
  • Joie Seagram,
  • Garth Thomson (Langdon Hall),
  • Trinity Seniors Group,
  • Fran and Jack [?],
  • Phyllis and Bill [?],
  • Roberta and Margaret [?],
  • John [?].

Clement, Florence Grace

Ephemera : cards.

File consists of a group of business cards, and one visiting card. The business cards include those for antique shops that Florence dealt with, as well as for the Preston Springs Gardens. The calling card is for Florence when she was a youth, with her Preston Springs Gardens information written on the verso.

Clement, Florence Grace

Ephemera : etchings.

File consists of two etchings accumulated by Florence Grace Clement. One is a plate taken from a book with identifying notes showing Louisa Elizabeth, Baroness Durham engraved by Thomson from a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1831. The other is an advertisement for an exhibit of oil and watercolour drawings and modern etchings at the City of London Fine Art Gallery by H. Gillard Glindoni from 1882.

Clement, Florence Grace

Ephemera : religious.

File consists of five quotations on religion with decorated borders. They are: "Thanatopsis" by William Cullen Bryant, "A Morning Prayer" by Robert Louis Stevenson, an untitled quote by Milton, and two copies of "Courage" by Grace Noll Crowell.

Clement, Florence Grace

Ephemera : "The History of Our Flag."

File consists of a small handout provided by Laura Secord Chocolates in 1937 for the Coronation Year of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The handout shows the Union Jack which is broken down into its component crosses to show how they go together to form the flag. Also includes a poem about Canada.

Clement, Florence Grace

Interests.

File consists of materials related to the interests of Florence Grace Clement. Includes newsletters of the Trinity United Church, newsletters and information on Preston Springs Gardens, and a letter and membership card from the Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery and Museum of Fine Art which Florence financially supported.

Clement, Florence Grace