Fonds MG4007 - Georgianna Paige Pinneo Fonds

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Georgianna Paige Pinneo Fonds

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CA MUA MG4007

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  • 1900-1976 (Creation)
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    Pinneo, Georgianna Paige, 1896-

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30 cm of textual records and photographs

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(born 1896)

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Born in Waterville, Nova Scotia, Georgianna Paige Pinneo graduated from Acadia University in 1916, and studied in Halifax at the Victoria College of Art and Design. In 1939 she became an art teacher at Verdun High School. Her paintings were exhibited widely in eastern Canada and she contributed articles and book reviews to art and education journals.

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Paige Pinneo's papers fall into two series: personal records, and material relating to her work as an art teacher. Personal papers contain family photographs and a genealogy; correspondence with family and friends, much of it on art and education, 1937-1976; a diary of her voyage to Indonesia, 1962; papers concerning her property at Carillon and its expropriation by Hydro-Qu├ębec, 1957-1959; and files of correspondence and newsclippings documenting her involvement with the Canadian Cancer Society of Nova Scotia, 1967-1974. As an art teacher, Paige Pinneo organized student exhibitions of textile designs: these are described in her articles, 1947-1948, a transcript of a C.B.C. radio interview, 1950, correspondence, newsclippings and photographs, as well as samples of student designs. Manuscripts, research notes, and printed versions of a number of her book reviews and articles are extant for the years 1943-1974, together with exhibit catalogues. Files of letters, notes and reports record her work for the Federation of Protestant Women Teachers of the Island of Montreal, 1943-1944, the Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers Curriculum Sub-Committee, 1947-1949, and the Committee on Art Education, 1948.

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