Fonds MS-752 - Ethel Anderson Moore fonds

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Ethel Anderson Moore fonds

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  • Textual record
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  • [ca. 1965] (Creation)
    Moore, Ethel Anderson

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1 cm of textual records. - 2 published works

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Biographical history

Ethel Anderson was born in Edmonton on 18 Mar 1899, the daughter of Mary Allend and Lt. Col. Peter Klaus Anderson. She attended the Ross Flats School, Queen’s Avenue School and McDougall Commercial High School until Christmas 1915, when she left to care for her mother.
She was a member of the McDougall Commercial girls’ basketball team, which won the Edmonton high school girls league in 1914, the Edmonton inter-collegiate basketball league in 1915, and the Alberta provincial championship in 1914 and 1915. She was one of the original players in Edmonton Commercial Graduates Basketball Club (popularly known as the Edmonton Grads), playing in 1916 and 1917.
In 1919, Ethel married Harold Griersley Lovatt in Edmonton. They had two daughters – Shirely and Lucille. Ethel and Harold divorced in 1938.
In 1940, Ethel married Albert Edward Moore.
Ethel was Vice-president of the Northern Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers Association from 1969-1972 and President, 1972-1973.
Ethel Anderson Moore died in 1977 in Edmonton.

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This fonds consists of a reminiscence, “Origin of the Grads” by Ethel Anderson Moore and two books, ‘The Commercial Chronicle’, Feb. 1917 (378.1 COM) and ‘Official Record of the Edmonton ‘Grads’’ (796.32 COM).

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This fonds was donated to the City of Edmonton Archives by Ethel Anderson Moore in 1965.


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  • English

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Accession numbers: A65-81

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City of Edmonton Archives

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  • Box: MS Room
  • Shelf: Library