Advanced Search 

Home - introductions to the site
Search - a searchable database of letters/essays/etc.
Genealogy - short biographical information of each family member
Photographs - various images pertaining to the McQuesten family
Thesis - essays on the McQuestens and lifewriting by Mary Anderson
Timelines - a chronological list of events in the McQuesten family and corresponding historical events

Search Results

W7647 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Myrtle Graham
Apr 17 1907
To: Calvin McQuesten Knox College, Toronto, Ontario
From: Pincher Creek, Alberta

dear Mr Qusiten1 we are all and hope you are the same you gave me you adrass but i last it we got you postl card but had got haf way how are you at colage we have trash man our trash a gradee of oats but nat whate are hart whate was bad ed trash 4100 of oats and not bad what Mr quinten audia and i trash a strong the nite that you made it to us my i did and audia did a few days aftar n and us a mather ure gat far cratzy i did a nather gen and a harst hef and a hair raban and i a got the same majo gat the same Eva got all mast the same Miss Marchie went to the pincher creek mess fella went hame Eva goes with the same fela the partee cond was plate and nise hary has give me his gan and i went an huning and want to gapara axguse par rating well have gad by

myrtle graham

pincher creek

abrata canada

1 This letter is almost unintelligible. It has been transcribed as true to the original as possible with its many errors in spelling and punctuation. Myrtle notes this in closing "axguse par rating" [excuse poor writing].

Home | Search | Thesis | Family | Timelines
Photographs | Whitehern | Sitemap | Credits

Copyright 2002 Whitehern Historic House and Garden
The development of this website was directed by Mary Anderson, Ph.D. and Janelle Baldwin, M.A.
Please direct questions and comments to Mary Anderson, Ph.D.

Hamilton Public Library This site was created in partnership with and is hosted by the Hamilton Public Library. Canada's Digital Collections This digital collection was produced with financial assistance from Canada's Digital Collections initiative, Industry Canada.