Ruby Le Fleming Bedford papers
Scope and Contents
The papers of Ruby Le Fleming Bedford includes a letter from Ruby Le Fleming Clark (née Ensor) written in 1938 while on a trip to Egypt to her mother Gertrude Ensor and Ruby's story about discovering bones as she swept sand from her back door in Hoon Hay, 1925. The bones belonged to Charles Cridland who disappeared in 1865.
Includes her childhood and young adult experiences of growing up as well as memories of Laverique's [i.e. Lavericks] Bay on Banks Peninsula.
- Bedford, Ruby Le Fleming (Person)
Language of Materials
Shelf TU J 1f, Tūranga, Tuakiri floor, ANZC Archives
Arch 984-987 in one box
- Ruby Le Fleming Bedford papers
- Description rules
- International Standard for Archival Description - General
- Language of description
- Script of description
Part of the Christchurch City Libraries Archives Collection Repository
60 Cathedral Square
Christchurch Canterbury 8011 New Zealand