The experience of migration
With their ten years of labour bearing low returns, the Hunts returned to Essex aboard the S.S. Manchester in October 1936. Their transatlantic journeys are documented through correspondence, diaries, and other printed ephemera.
The rest of Calendar notebook, diary - 1936 can be found in the York University Libraries Digital Repository, along with additional materials connected to Hunt’s migration.
Instructions by Canada’s Department of Immigration and Colonization to help settlers prepare for immigration.
This Greyhound map of the United States traces the start of the Hunt's return to England, travelling by bus from Spruce Lake, Saskatchewan to Montreal, Quebec.