File consists of a letter from the Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, personal correspondence, letters congratulating him on the publishing of his book “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”, letters from people telling Dr. MacMillan how much they enjoyed his book and their hopes for a sequel.
File consists of a letter from Doubleday Canada Limited rejecting “Hang the Lantern on the Gate” for publication on August 1st, 1972. File consists of a letter sent by Dr. C. L. MacMillan Jr. to a Mr. and Mrs. Petrie asking for their opinion on a if “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor” has the potential to become a play. File consists of a letter from Dr. MacMillan to Jean speaking about his book, “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”.
Series consists of personal correspondence, letters of congratulations, speeches that Dr. MacMillan has given on the grand opening of a hospital, at banquets, about the annual festival held in Baddeck, welcome speeches, introductory speeches, on the opening of new schools, giving thanks for an invitation, speech to open a meeting and a speech at the launch of a new memorial park in Baddeck. Series also consists of a column called MacMillan’s Memories, a history of Baddeck Group Alcoholics Anonymous which he is mentioned in, a story about the history of Isaac’s Harbor, a loan statement and 29 photographs including weddings photos, family photos, photos of Dr. MacMillan by himself and with others, photos of a house, the C. Monty MacMillan ferry, and Dr. MacMillan in a horse drawn sleigh.
Fonds consists of Brown’s collection of mining documents, the manuscript for his book, Place Names of Nova Scotia as well as an undated mining manuscript. Also included is a copy of the poem The Mayflower, the book Gaelic Lessons for Beginners, a scroll addressed to E.G. McKay, a leather nameplate, newspaper clippings and correspondence.Brown, Thomas James
This fonds consists of a letter from Malcolm Campbell, Barra, with family news; copy of tombstone of Roderick and Jane MacNeil.Campbell, Malcolm
This fonds consists of a letter written by Mr. Campbell to his brother-in-law on the Isle of Lewis, relating his experiences in settling on his land in New Harris. The letter was reportedly never mailed.