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Annabel Dryden was born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1916 to Ernest and Alice Murray. She had one sister, Eileen. Dryden was educated in Regina, Saskatoon and Toronto, Ontario. In the 1940s and 1950s, she was employed in the editorial department of the Leader-Post newspaper in Regina. She was also a reporter for a monthly magazine published in Chicago, Illinois.
Active in the Regina community, Dryden was a member of the Stagette Club and the University Women's Club and was involved with the Seniors' Education Centre.
Dryden died in Regina on September 10, 2003.
Annabel Dryden's first husband, George Reid, died in 1944. Her second husband, Charles Dryden, died in 2009. Dryden had two children: Margaret and Cathy.
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This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Annabel Dryden of Regina, Saskatchewan. The fonds includes a copy of "Yesterdays", Dryden's unpublished reminiscences of her childhood in Regina during the period 1925 to 1929 and three photographs taken during her childhood.
No series assignment was applied to the records in this fonds.
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- Dryden, Annabel Margaret, 1916-2003 (Vervaardig)