Alexander A MacRae fonds

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Alexander A MacRae fonds

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  • 1847 - 1977 (Creation)
    MacRae, Alexander A

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6cm textual and graphic materials

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(1910 - 1984)

Biographical history

Alexander A MacRae was born at Antigonish in 1910, the only child of John (a schoolteacher; native of Margaree) and Sarah / Hannah (nee MacDonald of Glen Roy, St Andrews district) MacRae. The family lived in Antigonish Town and resided on College Street. Alexander was educated in local schools and attended St F X. He served as Registrar of Deeds until the time of his retirement. He died at Antigonish and is buried alongside his parents in the St Andrews Cemetery.

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Records were donated to Antigonish Heritage Museum by Garry Fidler whose father Judge Hugh MacPherson was a very close friend of Alexander MacRae. He retained the records upon the death of Alexander. They were received by the museum Nov 28 2018 Acc# 2018.065.001

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Fonds consists of approx. 40 photographic images; letters of correspondence; small pamphlets and publications; a telephone directory (1955); newspaper clippings; legal documents; correspondence and membership card Clan MacRae

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Generally good condition; minor curling of photos; dirt

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All documents filed chronologically; photos filed separately and assigned a number

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