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The St. Ann's Academy Museum was established by Sister Mary Theodore in 1910. The Museum (in Victoria) was closed in 1974. The Sisters of St. Ann is a Catholic religious order founded in Quebec by Mother Marie Anne Blondin in 1850. The first Sisters arrived in Victoria in 1858 and began their work by establishing a school. The school eventually became St. Ann's Academy which served as a school for girls, headquarters for St. Joseph's Provincce, and a place for the preparation of women wishing to become nuns. The Sisters of St. Ann also built and ran hospitals in a number of communities, including St. Mary's Hospital in Dawson City, Yukon.