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Cape Breton Highlanders fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1939-1945

Fonds consists of textual records and photographs related to the Cape Breton Highlanders, including World War 1 correspondence, reports, and photographs.

  • MG 20.5
  • C.B. Highlanders

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the Cape Breton Highlanders arriving in Italy, with piper John MacMillan in foreground.

  • 77-1152-1286
  • Msgr. Donald MacPherson

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of Msgr. Donald MacPherson and Fr. Mulderry, of Dublin, in front of the Sphinx and the Pyramids in Egypt.

  • 77-395-529
  • Msgr. Donald MacPherson

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the 66 Battery, C.F.A. taken in Belgium. Msgr. Donald MacPherson is sitting first row centre.

  • 77-396-530
  • Broughton Arms Hotel

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the Broughton Arms Hotel with soldiers during WWI.

  • 77-432-566
  • Cape Breton Highlanders

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the Cape Breton Highlanders and band at Broughton, WWI.

  • 77-515-649
  • Court House

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph ofthe Sydney 17th Field Battery in front of the first Cape Breton County court house at Victoria Park.

  • 77-593-727
  • 94th Band, Baddeck

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the 94th Band, Baddeck, with the names of numbers listed on the back of the picture.

  • 77-617-751
  • Cape Breton Highlanders

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of the Cape Breton Highlanders taken August, 1925.

  • 77-694-828
  • C.B. Highlanders

    • Pièce

    Item is a photograph of four members of the Cape Breton Highlanders during the First World War. Those pictured are identified as J.W. MacKenzie of Boularderie, D.N. MacDonald, David Livingstone of Boularderie, and Lt. Paul MacGillivary of Antigonish.

  • 77-700-834
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