Item is a photograph of physician Dr. Alvinus Calder standing next to an unidentified building, dressed in a suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of nurses walking down a street during the Old Home Week Parade in Sydney. Frances (Dodd) Ridgway has been identified in the second row on the right.
Item is a photographic portrait of Frances Dodd in a nurse's uniform.
Item is a photograph of Frances (Dodd) Ridgway, R.N. daughter of Dr. Marcus Dodd, born in 1885 and died in 1973.
Item is a photograph of a view of Glace Bay.McLeod, Norman
Item is a photograph of a railroad car equipped as a hospital. The car ran between #3 and #7 mines and Town of Sydney Mines. It was discontinued in 1922. The photograph shows the car with the rescue crew in the foreground.
Item is a photograph of the rear of Moxham's Castle taken after the end of World War 1. During the war, the castle served as a military hospital.
Item is a photograph of four medical personnel officers inside Moxham's Castle, where they were stationed during World War 1 when the castle functioned as a military hospital.
Item is a photograph of Frances Dodd Ridgway.
Item is a photograph of Black Nova Scotian doctor Dr. Alvinus Calder sitting on the stairs to a home, dressed
in a suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of Black Nova Scotian doctor Dr. Alvinus Calder standing outdoors at an unknown
location, dressed in suit and tie.
Item is a photograph of two nurses, a patient, and a soldier in what appears to be an infirmary or hospital taken during World War 1.
Item is a photograph of a nurse and a soldier standing outside a building during World War 1.
Item is a photograph of two nurses and a patient inside a hospital or infirmary during World War 1.
Item is a photograph of two nurses and a patient at a hospital or infirmary during World War 1.
Item is a photograph of a woman, likely a nurse, on a horse during World War 1.
item is a photograph of nursing students, Mona Pasher is in the middle of the three students the other two are unidentified.
Item is a photograph of three gentlemen, from left to right: Dr. M.G. Tompkins, unidentified man, and Judge Leo McIntyre.Abbass Studios Ltd.
Item is a photograph of the interior of Moxham Castle and its staff during its time as a hospital during the First World War. Officers, nurses, and others are assembled in chairs on the floor, the stairs, the landing, and the second floor. The exact date and identities of those pictured are unknown.
Item is a photograph of Mary Belle MacNeill lying on a hill in a park in England during World War 1.
Item is a photograph of Mary Belle MacNeill sitting at a table with her brother during World War 1. The photo was likely taken in England.
Item is a photograph of Mary Belle MacNeill, a nursing sister, sitting in bed with a book in France during World War 1. It is noted that the picture was enclosed along with an address she delivered at the Savoy Theatre at some point after.
Item is a photograph of four medical personnel officers inside Moxham's Castle, stationed there during World War 1 when the castle functioned as a military hospital. The photo was taken in 1919 and shows them sat around a large desk facing the camera.
Item is a photograph of Helen Kendall (1892-1985), who served as a Nursing Sister in the First and Second World Wars. The daughter of Dr. H.E. and Ida Kendall of Sydney, Kendall was a graduate of the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal.
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.
The collection consists of 4 complete manuscripts and 2 partial manuscripts of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”/ “Hang the Lantern on the Gate” (which was the original title), personal correspondence and letters of congratulations, reviews of “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor” as well as a rough draft of an opening scene for a play based on “Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor”. This collection consists of photographs, an audio cassette tape (The Bush & The Salon), a CD (C.L. MacMillan- Oral Histories), clipping with information about the “C. Monty MacMillan” ferry, clippings of Dr. MacMillan’s obituary as well as condolence letters sent to the family, tributes that were given after the doctor's death, political speeches given by Dr. MacMillan as well as other speeches he has given and 2 scrapbooks containing clippings dealing with his time as MLA and letters of congratulations on receiving the Order of Canada.MacMillan, Dr. C. Lamont (Monty)