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"Chi Mi Bhuam Fada Bhuam"

Item is a copy of a song composed by John MacFadyen of Mull in praise of his island. The song was written down by Mrs. MacDonald. Also included is the song as published in MacFadyen's book, Sgeulaiche nan Caol.

"The Social Significance of the Co-operative Movement"

File consists of one typescript and one photocopy of the following record:

The Social Significance of the Co-operative Movement: A brief prepared by the Extension Department of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, N. S. for presentation to The Royal Commission on Taxation of Co-operatives at Halifax, N. S., March 5 - 6 - 7, 1945 ; 29 p. of textual records

Ainslie, George Robert

This file contains primarily research files related to Dr. Morgan's contribution to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography pertaining to the submission about George Robert Ainslie.

Anderson Family Correspondence

File contains the following documents: a letter expressing sympathy for Susan and Alex Anderson's loss of their son, Percival William Anderson overseas; seven letters concerning Percival William Anderson's Will; a letter concerning Percival William Anderson's death certificate; two letters concerning a monument erected near Passchendaele for fallen comrades; three letters concerning the presentation of Percival William Anderson's Military Cross; a copy of Percival William Anderson's Form of Will; and a copy of Percival William Anderson's Pay Account.

Baddeck History

File consists of hand-written notes about the history of Baddeck and a chapter from the publication Baddeck, And That Sort of Thing.

Baddeck Telephone

  • Newspaper 2
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  • 1898-1900

The Baddeck Telephone (1898-1900) was the second newspaper published in Baddeck, after the Island Reporter (1884-1887). The newspaper was a six-page broadsheet containing local news and advertisements. The paper started when Charles H. Peppy acquired the unused presses and typeset from the Island Reporter and relocated to the west end of Chebucto Street near Gertrude Hall. The newspaper ended soon after Peppy had been sued for libel by a politician. The Baddeck Telephone had only been published for over a year.

Bailey, Jack

This file contains correspondents, a copy of the agreement, one 10 cm x 12.5 cm black and white glossy photograph, newspaper clippings, and hand-drawn post card art work.

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