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  • Article - "Corsets again" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (n.d.)
    Another article by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite focused on corsets and the harm they can cause to girls/women. The article is followed by a response from "A Devotee of the Corset". Wetherald ...
  • Article - "Pelham Farm Nurtured County P..." 

    Unknown author (1963-06-29)
    An article cut and photocopied from the Welland Tribune 29 June 1963. The article discusses the life of Ethelwyn Wetherald from childhood to her death in 1940.
  • Article - "Something of Quakerism: The Crusade of George Fox Two Hundred Years Ago" 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    An article about the history of Quakerism and the "doctrine of Inward Light, as preached by George Fox more than 200 years ago."
  • Article - "The Man's Side of The Woman Question" 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (n.d.)
    The article shares a friends question/perspective from the male side of the argument of suffrage. The argument begins with a fear of lost femininity with the ability to vote. By the end of the article, Wetherald remarks ...
  • Article - Being a Husband 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (n.d.)
    An article entitled "Being a Husband" by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym "Bel Thistlethwaite". She begins the article "The desire to be a man has never taken deep root in my heart, but I have often thought I should ...
  • Article - Ethelwyn Wetherald 

    Pomeroy, Elsie (1933-03-05)
    An article about the life and work of Ethelwyn Wetherald printed in The Challenge. The article discusses that she not only wrote about nature, but also emotion and life. The author mentions "Sir Wilfrid Laurier was one ...
  • Article - Ethelwyn Wetherald's Poetry, An Appreciation 

    Garvin, John W. (1931-10)
    An article of appreciation for the work of Ethelwyn Wetherald. The article includes a few of Wetherald's poems. The article begins "I may be regarded as almost a truism that if a poet be placed in any environment, ...
  • Article - Woman's World "The Right Not to Vote" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-06-16)
    An article from the column Woman's World by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article discusses a woman's right to vote, Wetherald writes "It is always easier to leave things are they are than ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "A word on Woman Suffrage" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-06-05)
    An article from the column Woman's World written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article makes an argument for the equal rights of women as Wetherald states "From the discovery that she ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "Advice to an Engaged Girl" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-05-28)
    An article written in the Woman's World column by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. She discusses the type of men that a girl should marry and those she should avoid. She also mentions that you ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "Pecuniary Dependents" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel (?-11-15)
    An article in the Woman's World column written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article discusses the role of women once married and no longer a wage-earner. She states "Every feminine ...
  • Article - Woman's World: "To Lace or Not to Lace" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-01-05)
    An article written in the Woman's World column by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The article focuses on the negative impact of corsets for women and Wetherald states: "If some men did not ...
  • Article - Womans World: "Getting a New Dress" 

    Thistlethwaite, Bel; Wetherald, Ethelwyn (1888-07-20)
    An article about the process of having a dress made, written by Ethelwyn Wetherald under the pseudonym Bel Thistlethwaite. The final paragraph reads: "This is all that has to be endured on the first day. But you have a ...
  • Articles - Life and Death of Ethelwyn Wetherald 

    Unknown author (1940)
    The two articles describe the life of Ethelwyn Wetherald and the arrangements following her death. The articles are titled "Beloved Author, Poetess Passes Away at Fenwick" and "Beloved Poet Laid to Rest".
  • Articles - Passing of Ethelwyn Wetherald 

    Bernhardt, Clara (1940-04)
    Two articles by Clara Bernhardt on the passing of Ethelwyn Wetherald. The first article is from "Saturday Night", and the second from "Canadian Author and Bookman". Bernhardt mentions she knew "Miss Wetherald through ...
  • Birthday Card with Oriole Illustration and Poem 

    Unknown author (circa 1925)
    A handmade birthday card with an illustration of an oriole. The front reads "Spring your birthday, I carry spring and your birthday to you". Inside is a handwritten calendar for January 1925 and a poem called "The Oriole". ...
  • Clipping "The Baby's Picture" 

    Unknown author (circa 1912)
    A clipping from a newspaper with a picture of baby "Gladys" before her name was changed to Dorothy. There is also a poem called "The Baby's Picture", it reads "Here is Baby Gladys, only partly dressed, And here is the ...
  • Clippings by/about Ethelwyn Wetherald 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn; Garvin, John; Glory, Morning; M.O.H.; Fox, Annie Marion; Pomeroy, Elsie (1921)
    A series of clippings that are either about Ethelwyn Wetherald or authored by her in a variety of sources. They include: "April is her Birthday Month (Woman's Century 1921), "Tastes Differ" by Ethelwyn Wetherald, "Around ...
  • Copy of the Birth Certificate of Sarah Harris 

    Unknown author (1786)
    A copy of the birth certificate for Sarah Harris, daughter of Thomas and Mary Harris of the city of Cork, 9 March 1786. There are witnesses signatures included. This would be a relation of Ethelwyn Wetherald's Mother, ...
  • Diary Entry - Ethelwyn Wetherald (circa. 1939) 

    Wetherald, Ethelwyn (2013-05-29)
    A diary entry taken from the personal diary of Ethelwyn Wetherald circa. 1939. This particular entry dated March 10 and March 11 includes a poem. She first states "still snowing" then follows with a poem with death as ...