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Image No: NA-2684-3

Title: Beta Sigma Phi group in costume for Halloween, possibly in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Date: 1911

Remarks: Possibly Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Subject(s): Winnipeg, Manitoba - Events / Halloween

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Image No: NA-2684-4

Title: Students studying Latin prose.

Date: 1913

Remarks: Possibly Winnipeg, Manitoba. Aileen Hackett (later Mrs. Fish of Calgary, Alberta) seated, second from left, front row.

Subject(s): Women's clothing / School children

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Image No: NA-2684-5

Title: Mrs. Frank H.(Aileen) Fish, (nee Hackett), Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Date: 1913

Remarks: Nee Aileen Alexandra Hackett. Married Dr. Frank Fish in 1921. They lived in Magrath, Taber and Medicine Hat before moving to Calgary, Alberta. Mrs. Fish graduated from Camrose teacher's college in 1916 and McGill university in 1921; taught in Calgary high schools; was medical librarian for the Calgary Associate clinic for seven years and in 1960 was appointed advisor to women students, University of Calgary. She was invested as a member of the Order of Canada in 1973.

Subject(s): Women's clothing / Hats / Winnipeg, Manitoba - Personalities

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Image No: NA-2684-6

Title: Mrs. Frank H.(Aileen) Fish, (nee Hackett), Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1921]

Remarks: Nee Aileen Alexandra Hackett. Married Dr. Frank Fish in 1921. They lived in Magrath, Taber and Medicine Hat before moving to Calgary, Alberta. Mrs. Fish graduated from Camrose teacher's college in 1916 and McGill university in 1921; taught in Calgary high schools; was medical librarian for the Calgary Associate clinic for seven years and in 1960 was appointed advisor to women students, University of Calgary. She was invested as a member of the Order of Canada in 1973.

Subject(s): Women's clothing / Hats / Fur garments / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-2684-7

Title: Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton Fish.

Date: [ca. 1921]

Remarks: Mrs. Fish was the former Aileen Hackett. They met at McGill university and were married in 1921. Dr. Fish was in general practice in Magrath, Taber and Medicine Hat before moving to Calgary.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-2684-8

Title: Dr. Frank Hamilton Fish.

Date: 1921

Remarks: Day of last exam, McGill university medical school. Set up general practice in Magrath, Taber and Medicine Hat before moving to Calgary. In 1921, married Aileen Alexandra Hackett of winnipeg, Manitoba.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-2684-1

Title: Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, Alberta.

Date: October 26 1938

Remarks: First Alberta chapter.
Back row L-R: Olga Hagen; Vera Redstone; Alice Wade; Norah English; Vera Swanson; Mrs. Ruth Selby Walker; Marie Lea; Maxine Fox; Margaret Baird; Margaret Chalmers; Jessie Dodds; Hope Crockelt.
Seated, L-R: Dorothy Parslow; Dorothy Phillips; Margaret Hinks; Josephine McGannon; ruth Wilkes; Hazel Wilson, (Representative from headquarters, Kansas City); Mrs. Frank Fish; Phyllis Wilson.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Associations, institutions, etc. / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Calgary, Alberta - Events / Women / Women's clothing

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Image No: NA-2684-2

Title: Meeting of Beta Sigma Phi, Edmonton, Alberta.

Date: May 24 1948

Remarks: Mrs. Frank Fish, seated 5th from right.

Subject(s): Edmonton, Alberta - Associations, institutions, etc. / Edmonton, Alberta - Personalities / Edmonton, Alberta - Events / Women / Women's clothing

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