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Daniel J. MacKay fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1876-1936

Fonds consists of personal papers (1876-1901), appointments, deeds, stock certificates and business papers (1900-1921), and memorial cards.

  • MG 12.124
  • Mary Cadegan fonds

    • Fonds
    • 1915-1916

    Fonds consists of documents primarily concerned with the military service of Mary Cadegan's brother, Malcolm John MacKinnon, during World War 1.

  • MG 12.204
  • Soldiers at the Broughton Arms Hotel

    • Pièce

    Item is a photographic postcard of a rear view of the Broughton Arms Hotel with roughly 22 soldiers assembled in a loose line.

  • 77-433-567
  • Headstone, Pte. John Bernard Croak, V.C.

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the headstone of Pte. John Bernard Croak, awarded the Victoria Cross in the First World War. Croak served with the 13th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry and was killed on August 8, 1918 at the age of 24.

  • 77-441-575
  • W.L. Chirgwin

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of W.L. Chirgwin, a recruiting officer during the First World War. The photo is a formal portrait with Chirgwin standing in full uniform.

  • 77-677-811
  • C.B. Highlanders

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the 85th Cape Breton Highlanders taken in England during the First World War. J.A. MacKinnon is identified as the sixth from the left in the second row.

  • 77-735-869
  • 185th Batallion, Broughton

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the 185th Battalion at Broughton with the Broughton Hotel in the background. It was taken during the First World War. A row of soldiers are assembled in the rear of the hotel and stand before officers in full uniform.

  • 77-904-1038
  • Military Funeral

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph showing the first military funeral from Sacred Heart Church during World War 1. Photo shows a crowd of non-military men, women, and children, likely following the procession.

  • 80-765-4945
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