Winifred Wilton Wilson fonds Help

 

Title 

 

Winifred Wilton Wilson fonds

 

Dates of Creation 

 

[191-?]-[192-], [1948 or 1949]

 

Physical Description 

 

0.5 cm of textual records
5 photographs

 

Scope and Content 

 

Fonds includes a letter from Wilson to her parents announcing her marriage and its impact on her legal career. Fonds also includes a copy of a letter announcing their marriage from her husband, Archibald Wilson, to his mother. Records also include three newspaper clippings documenting Wilson's admission to the New York Bar, and the kidnapping of her son, Roger in the 1920s. Also included are 5 photographs of Winifred and others.

 

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch 

 

Winifred Wilton Wilson (1891-1952) attended the University of Manitoba Law School and was the first woman to be called to the Manitoba Bar.

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Wilson, Winifred Wilton

 

Restrictions on Access 

 

There are no restrictions on access to these records.

 

Terms For Use and Reproduction 

 

Researchers are responsible for observing copyright legislation. Permission may be required for any form of publication or exhibition where records are not in the public domain.

 

Custodial History 

 

Records were donated to the Archives of Manitoba in 2007 by Elizabeth L. Wilson, granddaughter of Winifred Wilson. Additional records were received by the Archives of Manitoba in 2016.

 

Related Material 

 

Legal Judicial History collection, Lawyer member file - Wilton, Winnifred Marie

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Records must be consulted in the Archives Research Room. Consult listings database to find location codes.

This material is not available for microfilm loan.

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