Woodruff Family fonds, 1784 – 1984, (non-inclusive)
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2.16 m. (11 boxes) textual materials, 2 boxes of other materials and 3 loose items. The collection includes: 2 coloured postcards 2 black and white postcards 3 wax seals 2 daguerreotypes 2 composites of black and white photographs 168 black and white photographs (91 of these are part of an album) 10 black and white framed photographs 4 tintypes 1 coloured picture (by Gerald Sinclair Hayward) in a frame 1 coloured photograph in a frame 1 framed sketch 1 oak chest and key 1 small jewelry case 9 black and white framed photographs 1 World War I memorial plaque in a frame 11 pins from various organizations 3 ribbons 1 hockey patch 2 medals 1 medallion 1 surveyor’s compass and spindle taper Mallard duck feathers 1 silver pocket knife 1 tin box containing woodruff leaves 2 brass name plates (for printing) 3 metal stamps 1 metal name plate (for printing) 1 pewter match box containing matches 1 pewter hunting flask 1 cardboard chocolate box 1 Silver Jubilee commemorative tin 1 interlocking knife and fork set 1 metal button 1 ivory Victorian day planner
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Unknown author (n.d.)Composite of the Woodruff Family of St. Davids, Upper Canada. This composite contains 6 4 ½ cm x 4 cm black and white photographs which include: Samuel DeVeaux Woodruff (1819-1904) [the birth and death dates listed on ...
Media Research Bureau of Washington D.C. (n.d.)Genealogical and Historical Sketch of the name and family of Woodruff compiled by the Media Research Bureau of Washington, D.C. This document traces the Woodruff name to its Anglo-Saxon origins and lists members of the ...
My two families : an autoethnographic exploration of the internalized lived by and the externalized lived with family experience Weima, Korinne. (Brock University, 2009-05-21)