Fonds MG 351 - Ruth Millar fonds

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Ruth Millar fonds

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MG 351

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  • 1948-2005, predominant 2000-2005 (Creation)

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60 cm of textual records

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A native of Saskatoon, Ruth Wynne Wright Millar earned a BA from the University of Saskatchewan in 1963 and an MLS from the University of Western Ontario in 1982. A journalist and historian who worked for many years as the head of the local history room at the Saskatoon Public Library, Millar is well known for her short stories, articles and books about Saskatoon and Saskatchewan history. Two of her major publications are Saskatchewan Heroes and Rogues and Saskatoon: A History In Photographs.

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This fonds contains notes, clippings, articles and correspondence related to the research, writing and publication of the book Saskatchewan Heroes and Rogues. Material is organized by the name of the person profiled. Profiles include: Will James; Joan Bamford Fletcher; Jean Ewen; Gladys Arnold; Morris "Two Gun" Cohen; Richard St. Barbe Baker; Tom Hourie; Norman Falkner; Charlie Palmer; Father Claffey; Emma Woikin; and Kate Rice.

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