Fonds fonds 334 - CA and Eileen Wheaton Collection

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CA and Eileen Wheaton Collection

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fonds 334

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  • 1893-1975 (Creation)

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40 cm

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Cecil Albert Wheaton was born on 10 August 1909 and graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BSc in 1937. His wife, Eileen (nee Eileen Mary Kennedy) was also a graduate (BA, 1935). During his career he worked as a teacher; for the University Development office, and at Kelsey Institute (SIAST). Wheaton remained very active in alumni affairs and following his retirement from SIAST was employed at the University of Saskatchewan in the President's Office as High School Liaison Officer. He retired from the University in 1977.

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This collection is of early hymnals and sheet music, collected and used by the Wheatons.

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