Pelletier, Annie Holiday

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Annie Holiday Pelletier was among the first women to graduate from McGill University, receiving the Logan Gold Medal for natural sciences in 1899. Born to Elise Rondeau and William Moore Holiday in Rawdon Quebec in 1878, Annie Holiday taught French until her marriage to Alexis Désiré Pelletier, B.A. (Dartmouth), M.A. (McGill), B.C.L. (McGill) in 1909. Both Annie and Alexis were active in public affairs, campaigning for the Conservative and Liberal parties, respectively, in the 1921 Federal election. Annie Holiday Pelletier continued her interest in politics as President of the N.D.G. Women’s Conservative Club, and the N.D.G. Women’s Club from 1923-1925. She completed her M.A. at McGill in Household Science in 1917. Annie Holiday Pelletier’s mother, Elise Rondeau, published the pamphlet “Quelques pages de ma vie racontées à mes élèves” in 1898. She was an educator and along with her husband ran a general store in Rawdon Quebec.


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