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Diana Ross : Visit to Newfoundland and Labrador 1932
Diana Ross was first cousin (once-removed) of Sir Wilfred Grenfell.  Diana spent from June to November 1932 working as a volunteer  with children in the Grenfell Mission orphanage in St Anthony, Newfoundland. 

Ice floes off the coast of Newfoundland 1932 
by Diana Ross

The Orphanage St Anthony : Catching fish

The Orphanage St Anthony : Working the allotment
Shortly after Diana Ross had returned to England, Sir Wilfred Grenfell enlisted her help in researching his new book, Pageants of Labrador.
"Dearly beloved Diana, are you ready for a real hunt? I want for chapter 2 of my "Pageants of Labrador" To know whence the Red Indians of America came? + how we know it?"
Sir Wilfred Grenfell to Diana Ross December 30th 1932

Diana Ross researching for Sir Wilfred Grenfell
Letter from WTG to Diana Ross December 30th 1932
 The Romance of Labrador by Sir Wilfred Grenfell (1934)

V : Columbus, Cabot, Cortereal, Cartier

VIII : The Pageant of The Unitas Fratrum

X : The Pageant of The Three Kings
 Some of the fourteen chapter illustrations by Diana Ross (July - September 1933)
 
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Notes
Further information on the work of Sir Wilfred Grenfell : 
Sir Wilfred Thomason Grenfell Archives