Fonds F 282 - Brian Stubbings collection

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Brian Stubbings collection

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F 282

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  • [188-?]-2013 (Creation)

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62 photographs and postcards
0.02 m of textual records

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Biographical history

Brian Stubbings was born in 1948 in Regina, Saskatchewan to Ernest and Nelda (Dickson) Stubbings. He is the grandson of William John and Miriam Stubbings of Regina and William and Ellen (Nellie) Dickson of the Oxbow district. Stubbings holds Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education degrees from the University of Regina.

Stubbings worked as a teacher in Africa for over ten years. He currently (2010) continues to teach and resides in Regina.

Stubbings and his wife, Els Wilms, have three children: Ruth, Pieter and Daniel.

Custodial history

Brian Stubbings donated these records to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives, in eight accessions between 1966 and 2014: 785 (May, 1966); R88-124 (April 18, 1988); R90-230 (August 16, 1990); R99-259 (August 23, 1999); R2000-258 (July 17, 2000) R2000-309 (August 30, 2000); 2013-440 (August 12, 2013) and 2014-002 (January 24, 2014). Brian Stubbings loaned some of these records for copying to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives in October, 1967. The records were assigned accession number 828 (Photo R).

Scope and content

This collection consists of records created, accumulated and used by Brian Stubbings of Regina, Saskatchewan. The photographs and postcards relate mainly to Stubbings' maternal and paternal family members in Regina and the Oxbow district; to Regina and to southern Saskatchewan towns and villages. Some of the photographs were addressed to Charlotte Stubbings of Regina. Also included are two family histories compiled by Stubbings as follows: The Stubbings and Hessey Families of East Yorkshire, England and Canada (FH-86) and The Dickson and Thrower Families of Scotland, England and Canada (FH-87).

No series assignment has been applied to the records in this collection.

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Records are in good physical condition.

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No arrangement was applied to the records in this collection.

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These records are open for research use.

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Use, publication and/or reproduction of records is subject to the terms and conditions of the Copyright Act.

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SAFA 352 consists of a collection description and item descriptions of photographs. The paper guide consists of a collection description only.

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Other codes: Photographs and postcards: R-A7299 to R-A7313, R-A7545, R-A7646 to R-A7648, R-A7695 to R-A7696; R-A34374 to R-A34384, R-B14475 to R-B14497, R-D2632 to R-D2636
Textual records: FH-86 to FH-87

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Location for retrieval: Regina - Hillsdale

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