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Archibald MacMechan

Halifax Disaster Record Office Materials

Letter from St. Mary's Council, Halifax, Sister Marie Cecilia to A. MacMechan

10 June 1918. — 3 pages : 30 x 38 cm.

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St. Mary's Convent
Halifax, June 10, 1918

Dr. A. MacMechan,
Halifax Disaster Record Office
Chronicle Building

Dear Sir

In reply to your recent note I am happy to state that only three children were killed in St. Joseph's School on December 6.
Nellie Perrin from grade VI
Ruth Dyer [from] grade II
Elizabeth Ryan [from] grade II

Secondly -
Florence Fudge who assisted in the rescue of grade VI girls, is the daughter of Leo Fudge, a workman, in the Henderson Paint Factory. They are residents in the parish, well known there, and the father some what of an organizer in the private

[handwritten in pencil top right: MG 1 vol 2124 number 52]

Regarding the effects of the Explosion at St. Joseph's School.

Reference: Archibald MacMechan Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 volume 2124 number 52

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