Fonds MS 52;1979.103;1984.888;1986.038 - Agnes Annie (Twink) Ladner fonds

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Agnes Annie (Twink) Ladner fonds

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CA VERN MS 52;1979.103;1984.888;1986.038

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  • 1925, 1985 (Creation)
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    Ladner, Agnes Annie

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2.5 cm of textual records

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(1910-1986)

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Twink Ladner was born in England in 1910. She came to Canada with her family in 1920, first visiting Calgary to see her older brother Harry, then coming to Vernon where her uncles Jack and Dick Monk lived. She attended school at St. Michael's where she received art lessons from Miss Topham Brown, lessons which she continued as a young adult. Twink rode and trained horses for Tommy Wilmot. She married E. Max Ladner, a Kamloops lawyer, in 1936. He established a practice in Salmon Arm, but after Max died in 1952, Twink moved back to Vernon to be with her family. She was very active in the Anglican Church, the Naturalists Club, and the Kennel Club. She continued her interest in painting and pottery, often travelling far afield for inspiration. Twink Ladner died in 1986.

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Fonds consists of the personal records and documents of Agnes Annie (Twink) Ladner from ca.1938-1985. Fonds includes correspondence to and from Mrs. Ladner, as well as playscripts and programs collected by Mrs. Ladner during her involvement in community theatre. Fonds also includes legal documents of Mrs. Ladner's mother, Mrs. Agnes Annie Monk, from 1925.

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