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Clementina Godfrey oral history fonds
This fonds consists of transcripts of 3 oral history interview conducted with Clementina Godfrey.
Clementina Moore Pickard Godfrey (also known as Clem), the daughter of Bessie Moore Black (1861-1950) and Humphrey Frederick Pickard (1857-1930), was born on 9 July 1895, in Sackville, Westmorland County, New Brunswick. She grew-up in Sackville, at 5 Squires Street, with her sister, Mary E. (b. ca. 1897); their brother John died in infancy. A member of the first family of Mount Allison University, Clementina Pickard entered Mount Allison, in 1910, graduating with first class honors in mathematics, in 1914. She earned a Master of Arts degree, in 1915.