Fonds 06.18 - Phyllis Long fonds

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Phyllis Long fonds

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CA CMX 06.18

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  • 1924-1999 (Creation)
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    Long, Phyllis, 1929-

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10 cm of textual records;17 photographs;11 slides

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Biographical history

Phyllis Long nee Maletta was born in Blairmore Alberta in 1929. Phyllis Long moved to Vancouver Island in 1950 and worked as a supervisor for BC Tel in various parts of the Island. She married her husband Ken Long and moved to Comox 1960. Phyllis had volunteered extensively with the Courtenay Museum and Historical Society, Comox Archives Museum Society and St. Josephs Hospital Library. She continues to volunteer extensively in the community and works hard to protect the history of the Town of Comox.

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Phyllis Long donated all the above items to Comox Archives and Museum.

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The fonds contain photographs and slides of the early Village of Comox buildings and streets, Comox Nautical Days as well as the Comox Post Office. Fonds also contain ephemera regarding service groups such as dEsterre Center, Filberg Festival, Comox Golf Club and Library as well as reference files on Comox history. Fonds also include Green Sheet Newspapers between the years 1960-1980 as well as a collection of the Vancouver Province Womens Section dating from 1924 to 1942.

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BCAUL control number: CMX-8

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