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Accession Number: 89-1061


Shirley Quan's Baker Lake journal fonds. -- 1962. -- 2 items. -- 7 photographs : b&w.

Biography / History

Shirley Quan worked for the Department of Native Affairs as a student volunteer during the summer of 1962. She was sent to Baker Lake in the Northwest Territories. She completed an arctic wild flower project while she was there.

Custodial History


Scope and Content

This fonds consists of a summer journal written by Shirley Quan who spent a summer at Baker Lake in the Northwest Territories as a volunteer. A copy of her Pressed Artic Flower project is included.


Title based on creator of fonds.

The pressed flower book is very fragile. Handle with extreme care and caution.

This fonds was donated from an unknown source.

Restrictions: N

Associated material located at the Public Archives of Canada.