Item 18 - Ferry Crossing at Fort Edmonton, by Agnes Teviotdale

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Ferry Crossing at Fort Edmonton, by Agnes Teviotdale

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CA EDM RG-200-12-18

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  • [195-?] (Creation)

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1 painting ; col. ; oil on board ; 41 x 33 cm

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This work was painted by Agnes Teviotdale. Agnes Teviotdale was born in Strathcona to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson in 1893. She was a member of the first graduating class at the U of A in 1912. She worked for EPSB until 1918, then went to England where she worked as a nurses aid with the Voluntary Aid Division, returning to Edmonton in 1919, where she worked as secretary to the Dean of Arts at U of A. In 1922 she married David Teviotdale. At some point they moved to California, but when David died in 1940 she returned to Edmonton with her two children. She worked with others to create the Historical Map of South Edmonton (EAM-29). She wrote a book on her father in 1972 called “Vast Prospects and Splendid Songs: Harry Wilson Strathcona Pioneer of 1892” (920 TEV). She died in 1977.

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      Accession number: A2023-63

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      Creator: Agnes Teviotdale

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      Formerly described as EAA-62-1

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