Fonds 1146 - Harriet A. L. Clark fonds

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UTA 1146


Harriet A. L. Clark fonds


  • 1930-1934 (Creation)

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0.59 m of textual records (5 boxes)

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Harriet Clark, BA (hons) Home Economics (University College), 1934, is a daughter of Herbert Abraham Clark (BA, 1895). A sister, Martha (Mattie) and two brothers, Ritchie and David, also graduated from the University. Always interested in writing, she was a member of the Varsity news staff in her second and third years. In 1932 she joined the Women's Press Club, becoming its secretary the following year. Her articles and poems were published under the name "Hal Clark". She was also, during her second year, a member of the League of Nations Club.

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Course notes for the honours program in household economics in the Faculty of Arts (1930-1934); clothing budget for 4th year; notes on various matters, possibly taken for use in articles for the Varsity, to which Harriet Clark was a reporter.

These course notes were taken from lectures and for laboratory exercises by Harriet Clark as part of the honours program in Household Economics at University College, 1930-1934.Courses were offered both through the Faculties of Arts and Household Science. The material is arranged chronologically and, unless otherwise noted, the description is for course notes. The roman numerals designate the course level.

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Harriet A. L. Clark fonds - Archives of the Law Society of Upper Canada

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