File F08 - William Headridge collected materials

Studio portrait of couple, likely George Herd Healey and May Manuel Healey Home for the Aged grounds and buildings Home for the Aged cottages and  administration building Home for the Aged building Home for the Aged gardens Ida May Headridge, John Headridge, Gordon Headridge, Billie Headridge, William Headridge, Brian B... William Headridge and three kitchen workers Billie Headridge and Sheila [sic] in front of likely Essondale Cottage 118 Essondale grounds and West Lawn Andrew Manzer and William Headridge in front of likely Essondale Cottage 118 Old woman in front of likely Essondale Cottage 118 Ida May Headridge and old woman on the steps of likely Essondale Cottage 118 William Headridge, old woman, and John Headridge Mac the dog in front of likely Essondale Cottage 118 Marjorie (Healey) Page, Dorothy (Healey) Benson, Sadie (Healey) Anderson, Ida May Headridge, Gert... Mrs. Husted, Pat, and Gordon Headridge with a dog Range Horses Leseme [sic] with a horse William Headridge riding a horse Leseme [sic] leading a horse and John Headridge riding a horse William Headridge leading a horse with Leseme [sic] and John Headridge riding horses William Headridge and Jack Lebeau at Crazy Creek, B. C. Crazy Creek, B. C. Man and William Headridge at a beach William Headridge with a man and old woman Man, two women and two children at a beach Man with two women, a girl, and a baby Woman holding baby with a girl Dorothy (Healey) Benson, Ida May Headridge and two women on a beach Woman in a tent on a beach
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William Headridge collected materials

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CA CCOQ C5-S09-F08

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  • 1905 - 1953 (Creation)

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111 photographs : b&w and col. albumen, silver gelatin DOP, and chromogenic prints ; multiple dimensions
154 photographs : b&w and col. acetate negatives ; multiple dimensions
1.5 cm of textual records
1 photograph album : 21.5 x 29 cm

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William Headridge (1887-1959) was an attendant at Essondale Hospital and became the chief steward in 1940. William was born in Alloa, Scotland and immigrated to Canada in 1913. He started at Essondale Hosptial that year. He married Ida May Healey (1896-1978) in 1915 and they lived in likely Cottage 118 on Essondale grounds. They had three children, May Jean (Billie) Headridge (1916-1962), John Morris (Jack) Headridge (1919-1989) and Gordon McKay Headridge (1920-2000). After William became chief steward, the family moved into Cottage 110.

This file contains Headridge's diary, correspondence, and military, pension and financial records. Notably it includes photographs of the Headridge family and Essondale Hospital, and also contains a photo album labelled "Headridge album 194-?". These photographs depict Ida May's extended Healey family (originally from Manitoba), vacations to Revelstoke, B. C., the Headridges wearing their army uniforms in preparation of the Second World War, as well as many unknown friends and family to the Headridges. A series of photographs depict the children of Billie Headridge, namely Brian Bovet, and likely the unnamed daughter of Gordon Headridge.

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Photograph Numbers: C5.073-C5.182; C5.620-C5.774; C5.3822

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Many of the printed photographs were originally a part of the photograph album but fell out prior to transfer to the archives. The archivist supplied much of the identifying information by cross-referencing the individuals found in the prints and negatives to to the album. The archivist completed some genealogical research to determine the individuals to the best of their ability; however many individuals undoubtedly remain unnamed.

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