Accession A2010-101 - William Harold Hunt Accrual

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William Harold Hunt Accrual

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CA UMASC Mss 163 (A02-57, A10-101)-A2010-101

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  • 1870-1980 (Creation)
    Hunt, William Harold

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William Harold Hunt was born in Quebec on November 24, 1884. He settled in Winnipeg in 1907 and completed his degree in Engineering. As an engineer, he worked in Moose Jaw, Winnipeg, and Selkirk and supervised construction of part of the Trans-Canada Highway. He also served as a Major in the Canadian Army, assigned to the training of military personnel.

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Donated by William H. Hunt's daughter Margaret Carter in 2010.

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The fonds is comprised of five series. They include Manuscript for Hunt's Genealogical book Bithrights, Correspondence & research material, road maps, photograph collection & map collection.

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MC 28, PC 304

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Inventory prepared by Lewis St. George Stubbs (2011). Finding aid encoded by Lewis St. George Stubbs (2011).

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