Hunt, Mollie

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Hunt, Mollie

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  • Molly

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1896-1992<sup>2</sup>

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Mollie and her family first came to Rainbow Lodge when her husband, Bob, had to travel on business for a month. The Hunt's spent time at Rainbow Lodge in the 20s and 30s and Mollie would often help Myrtle Philip with cleaning and running the lodge. <sup>1</sup>

They used to come up at Christmas time, because during the summer the Hunts were busy running their own lodge on Hornby Island. Mollie actually ran the lodge as Bob was working as an insurance agent. Mollie and Myrtle were very close life-long friends and the Hunts children referred to Myrtle Philip as "Aunt Myrtle" although there was no blood relation. <sup>2</sup>

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Hunt, Robert L. (1892-1980<sup>3</sup>)

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Hunt, Jean (b. 1920 or 1921)

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family

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Mollie is mother of Jean

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Hunt, Shirley (b. 1926)

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Mollie is Shirley's mother

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<sup>1</sup>Memories of Dick Fairhurst. Black binder in research room "Dick Fairhurst- Whistler Stories".

<sup>2</sup>Conversation with Shirley Hunt, 30 Oct 2011. Spelling of "Mollie" was confirmed during this conversation.

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