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Title: Annie Hood Turner's Cottage, Clarkson
Identifier: BA0289
Date of Original Photo: 1946
Image Type: B&W Photo, 5.5x10 cm
Subject: Turner, Annie Hood, 1876-1948
Location: Lot 28, Concession 3

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Description: The little cottage that Annie Hood Turner lived in at Clarkson, on Lot 28, Concession 3. Annie Hood Turner, a well-known Clarkson artist and teacher, was born in Sheffield, England, daughter of a well-known artist, Reid Turner. In her autobiography, Ringing the Changes, Mazo de la Roche wrote about Miss Turner, describing how she came to Canada and rented a room in the same house in Toronto where Mazo lived. Later Annie Hood Turner moved to Clarkson, where she lived till her death in 1948.
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