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Morrison's Mill, Sydney
CA BI 96-271-26959 · Item · ca. 188?

Item is a photograph of a man and his horse outside Morrison's Mill in Sydney.

CA BI PAM 261 · Item · [189-?]

Item is an original version of the text, edition unknown. Cover has been removed, along with the imprint and title pages. There are three series within this text (see below).

Anne Frizzle
87-892-17422 · Item · 190-?

Item is a photograph of Anne Frizzle. Nurse Frizzle was the last serving member of the 1st graduation class of St. Joseph's Hospital in Glace Bay (graduated in 1905). Anne Frizzle died in Hamilton, Ont. in 1961.

General Hospital, Glace Bay
CA BI 76-19 · Item · 191-?

Item is a postcard depicting the General Hospital in Glace Bay, N.S. as it stood in the early 20th century.

Family photo
MG 21.37-A-3-15 · Item · [191-?]
Part of Dr. C. Lamont MacMillan Fonds

Item is a family photograph, presumably Dr. MacMillan's family when he was younger starting from left to right with his father William H. MacMillan, his two sisters Netta and Olive, his mother Constance E. MacMillan and young Dr. MacMillan.

Victoria Road
CA BI 83-6385-13685 · Item · [192-]

Item is a postcard depicting the Victoria Road subway in Whitney Pier, N.S.

CA BI G162 · Item · 192-

Item is a reader for school children. It is one in a series of six readers produced with support of An Comunn Gàidhealach in Scotland.

The Mayflower
MG 21.48-D-2 · Item · [192-?]
Part of Thomas J. Brown fonds

Item is a copy of the poem “The Mayflower: The Emblem Flower of Nova Scotia” by John McPherson of Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

Victoria Road
CA BI 83-6386-13686 · Item · [192-]

Item is a street view of the northern end of Victoria Road in Whitney Pier, N.S.

MacDonald Family
MG 21.44-D-60 · Item · [192-]
Part of Basker Family of Mull River collection

Item is a photograph of, from left to right, Francis MacDonald, Alex Joe MacDonald, Sarah MacDonald (née Sarah MacKillop), and Archibald MacDonald standing in front of a farm house.