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MacDonald Hundred Pipe Band, Glace Bay

  • CA BI 94-712-25227
  • Item
  • ca. 1950

Item is a photograph of members of the Gaelic College - Glace Bay Division Junior Pipe Band.

Abbass Studios Ltd.

Duncan MacQuarrie and Mary (Beaton) MacDonald

  • CA BI 78-46-1796
  • Item
  • 1959

Item is a photograph of Duncan MacQuarrie, Clare MacDonald, and Mary (Beaton) MacDonald playing fiddle and piano. Clare MacDonald is at the piano.

Dougald MacIntyre and Joe Smith (Fiddlers)

  • CA BI 78-44-1794
  • Item
  • 1904

Item is a photograph of fiddlers Dougald MacIntyre and Joe Smith posed with their fiddles and bows. Photograph taken at the Inverness Picnic.

Cotter's Saturday Night

  • CA BI 77-1374-1508
  • Item
  • ca. 1935

Item is a photograph of the cast of Cotter's Saturday Night, a radio program broadcast from Sydney in the 1930s.

Pictured in the back row, from left to right: Mrs. McKimmie, Malcolm R. MacLeod, Prof. Bernie McIntosh, Bleddyn Davies, M.J. Ballah, Mrs. Bleddyn Davies, and Hazel Matheson. Pictured in the front row, from left to right: John MacNeil, Mrs. C.D. Buck, Tena Campbell, Mabel (Noland) Kelleher, Bob Wright, George MacDonald, and Sandy MacLean.

Photograph was taken at the “Cromarty” estate built by John Kenneth Levison "Jack" Ross ca. 1905. It was located on Kings Road in Sydney.

Dodge, H. O.

Cast of Gaelic Play, Glace Bay

  • CA BI 77-650-784
  • Item
  • ca. 1900

Item is a photograph of the cast of a Gaelic Play that was held in Glace Bay.

Cape Breton Highlanders

Item is a photograph of soldiers from the "A" Company, Cape Breton Highlanders in Bolsward, Holland, celebrating the end of World War II in Germany. The man step dancing in the center is identified as Louis Michael Broussard of Pomquet, N.S. Also identified are Leo ? of New Waterford, Earl [?]ilson of Sydney, Hikam Connelly of Annapolis Valley, McLeod (with fiddle) of Inverness, White of Halifax, and Curtis of Sydney with the rest being unidentified.