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1917 - 1919 (Creation)
- Randall, Dulcie E. E., b. 1915
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Dulcie Evelyn Everard Randall was born in Birmingham, England on 26 June 1915 to Kathleen Everard. She was adopted within a year of her birth by Dr. Elisha Ambrose Randall and Nina Randall of Truro, NS. She died on 2 August 1997 in Ottawa, ON.
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This item is a black and white photographic print on a postcard of the Randall family: Dr. Elisha Ambrose Randall; his daughter, Dulcie Randall; and his wife, Mary Randall. Also shown are their dog, "Daphne", and their cat, "Twiddles". The photograph was taken at "Midhurst", the family's estate while they lived in England during World War I. It was removed from a memory book that contained items compiled for Dulcie by her parents and other caretakers while they lived in England during World War I.
This item is in good condition.
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Dulcie Randall, 1981, gift.
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A letter written beside the postcard in the memory book reads:
"Here we all are seen, Dulcie, and haven't you a funny foot? Isn't 'Daf' a darling trying to oust 'Twiddles' from my lap and what fun those two animals have, chasing each other! I have never before seen a cat & a dog play together - these two are the delight of all who see them. They have a regular 'children's hour' every evening, playing up in the corner of the room of the window. Just above my head there is a swallows nest and there are four little heads sticking out over the edge of the nest with their beaks wide open - the parent birds are very busy flying to the next with morsels of food & away after more."
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- Randall, Dulcie E. E., b. 1915 (Subject)