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Stanley and Evelyn Mann
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6 cm of textual records and graphic material
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Mann, Stanley Dickinson (1916-1944)
Stanley Mann was born in Toronto, the son of Thomas Dickinson Mann and Helen Mann. He married Evelyn Austin on 9 August 1941. Enlisting in June 1942, he became a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Killed on 16 July 1944 during a training flight, he was buried in the Chester (Blacon) cemetery in England.
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Mann, Evelyn Maude (10 July [1912?]-)
Evelyn Maude Austin grew up in the Haliburton area of Ontario. She married Stanley Dickson Mann on 9 August 1941. They lived in Toronto.
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The fonds consists of personal documents relating to his daughter Evelyn’s education and marriage, personal and official correspondence, and photographs – ranging from Stanley and Evelyn’s childhoods to Stanley Mann’s funeral.
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Fonds (16-2008) purchased from Alexander Books in May 2008.
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