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CA BI 78-45-1795 · Item · 1925

Item is a photograph of Mary MacIsaac, born approximately around 1840, who was a step dancing instructor, the mother of Dougald MacIntyre and the grandmother to Margaret MacPhee.

CA BI T-1343 · Item · 1979

Item is a sound recording featuring the following:

Marie MacLellan & Sandy MacInnis: Violin & Piano Selections
Sons of Skye: "Fhir a'Bhata"
King's Own Scottish Borderers: Bagpipe selections
Kay MacDonald: Gaelic Story
Margaret MacPhee: Piano Selections
Rev. Allan MacMillan: "'S e fa mo mhulad..."
Bob Morgan & Kay MacDonald: Gaelic Lesson
Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee: Violin & Piano Selections
Allister MacDonald: "Mary Jane"
Kathleen Beaton & Elmer Briand: Violin & Piano Selections
Kay MacDonald:"A' Bhraighe"
Re Hackle Pipes & Drums: Bagpipe selections

CA BI T-2008 · Item · 1980

Item is a sound recording featuring several individuals from New Waterford, including Dr. Dan Nathanson, Mrs. Rose Schwartz, James P. MacNeil, and Margaret MacPhee.

Charles MacDonald fonds
CA BI MG 11.40 · Fonds · 1963-1983

This fonds consists of documents relating to: the Highlander Press Co. Ltd; pulpwood cutting in Cape Breton County; Roman Catholic Diocese of Antigonish; speeches. Dr. Charles MacDonald was a member of the faculty of the University College of Cape Breton.

Margaret MacPhee
CA BI MG 15.76 · Fonds · 1912-1997

Fonds consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings:
a. Newspaper clipping: Tribute of Margaret MacPhee, August 23, 1980. 1 p.
b. Thank you acknowledgement. 1 p.
c. Letter from the Gaelic Society. 1 p.
d. Testimonial napkin and invitation.
e. Newspaper clipping: MacPhee Clan Ceilidh is enjoyed. 1 p.
f. Coloured photographic portrait of Margaret; 3.5 x 5 inches, 1980.
g. Newspaper clipping, The Coastal Courier: New Waterford Gaelic Singers, February 1, 1989.
h. Newspaper clipping, Cape Breton Post: "A Lively Step" Annie Grechuk and Margaret MacPhee, March 13, 1989.
i. New Waterford Parks and Recreation Committee volunteers the Heart of the Community Award to Margaret MacPhee, 1989.
j. Certificate of Achievement, Continuing Education Class Program, 1974.
k. Biographical letter highlighting Margaret's career, 1989. 1 p.
l. Magazine article from "A Cape Breton Ceilidh" by Allister MacGillivray, June 1988, featuring the piano career of Margaret MacPhee. 2 p. Also a stepdancing article from the same magazine on Margaret's accomplishments as a step dancer, June 1988. 4 p.
m. Musical compositions by Margaret MacPhee: Alex Graham's Jig, Jeanette (MacDonald) Beaton's Jig, Margaret MacPhee's Jig, Jacqueline's Jig, Doug's Jig, Josie MacArthur's Jig. Photocopies, 2 p.
n. Newspaper clipping, The Community Press, Wednesday, November 27, 1996 "Margaret MacPhee - A Very Talented Lady," 2 p.
o. Biography and Obit., C. B. Post March 5, 1997.
p. Eulogy - Fr. Greg MacLeod - March 6, 1997
q. Funeral Notice and Card of Thanks - C. B. Post April 5, 1997.
r. Appreciation card and photo of Margaret MacPhee.
s. Tribute by Elizabeth Patterson, Cape Breton Post, March, 1997; See MG 11.40 Dr. Charles MacDonald, Reference item D (https://beatoninstitute.com/macdonald-charles).
t. Newspaper clippings from Community Press & C. B. Post In Memoriam tributes for Margaret on the anniversary of her death March 3, 1997.

MacPhee, Margaret