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George Wild fonds
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- Textual record
- Graphic material
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1948, 1972 (Creation)
- Wild, George
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1.00 cm of textual records.
10 b&w photographs.
10 b&w photographs.
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Name of creator
George Kitchener Wild was born August 19, 1914 in Middlesbrough, England. He was a WWII war veteran who served with the Duke of Wellington’s Light Infantry in India. He married Margaret Wild and had two children: Joyce and Michael. He died February 7, 2007 in Moose Jaw. George and Margaret are buried at the Rosedale Cemetery in Moose Jaw.
Scope and content
This fonds contains material about the All Saints Church in Middlesbrough, England. It includes histories of the church as well as Father Burn, a newspaper clipping about the church, and photographs of the church. It appears as though this material was mailed to Wild as the material also contains an envelope addressed to Mr. G. Wild from Middlesbrough, England.
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The donor of this material is unknown.
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This fonds was re-boxed and refoldered in 2013.