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Duncan Archibald MacLean fonds

  • PR 18
  • Fonds
  • 1930–1954

The fonds consists of transcriptions of 19 volumes of diaries written by Rev. MacLean, dating from July 1, 1930, through September 14, 1954. Diary entries are generally brief accounts of daily activities, weather and related events, mostly in Saskatchewan (Wilcox, Raymore) and Manitoba (Arden, Deloraine, Winnipeg). Contents were transcribed by Margaret MacLean, from the original diaries.

Also included is an introduction to the transcribed diaries, by Margaret MacLean, and letters providing background to Rev. D.A. MacLean, his diaries, and the transcription project itself (1991-1992).

MacLean, Duncan Archibald

Edward Matthews

Newsclipping of the life of Edward Matthews (d. Feb. 11, 1983 at the age of 74). He was a Winnipeg photographer and the son of Mrs. F.R. Matthews and brother of Harry Matthews and Marjorie (Matthews) Goodwin of Indian Head.

Robert McBeth

Portrait of Robert McBeth. Written on reverse: "Robert McBeth one of the Lord Selkirk Settlers To Josee with love and all good wishes(?) for a merry Xmas. Isabel Gould"

Steam Engine 4093

A steam engine, with a brick building and telegraph poles behind it. The number "4093" can be seen on the front and side of the engine. There is a person in the cab of the steam engine

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