Fonds CA ON0034 10-175 - Nancy Webb fonds

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Nancy Webb fonds

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CA ON0034 10-175

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  • [1984]-1985 (Creation)
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4 cm of textual records

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(1946-)

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Nancy Webb graduated from high school in 1963 and immediately entered the workforce. She was employed, at age 18, as a secretary for an electronics corporation in Etobicoke, Ontario. In 1979, Nancy Webb enrolled at York University while also working full-time, and later, while parenting her daughter; she graduated from York University in 1991.

In the spring of 1985 Nancy Webb attended a Women’s Studies’ course, Social Sciences 3580.06, taught by Dr. Meg Luxton. Subsequently, Nancy Webb worked as Fundraising and Community Relations Coordinator for the Elizabeth Fry Society in Toronto, for 30 years.

From ca. 1978-1980 Nancy also volunteered with the Lesbian Organization of Toronto. In 1984, she was part of the founding collective of the Notso Amazon Softball League in Toronto.

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The fonds consists of Nancy Webb's scrapbook completed for a Social Science class in the Women's Studies program at York University taught by Dr. Meg Luxton. The fonds includes related supplemental materials.

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