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Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald

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Angus Lewis Macdonald (1890-1954), ninth in a family of fourteen children, was born on the family farm in Dunvegan, Inverness County. ‘Angus L.’ was serious and studious; he attended Port Hood Academy, worked in the Sydney steel mills, and taught school. He entered Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, in 1909 and graduated BA in 1914. During the 1914-15 school year, he taught Math and English in the university’s high school, in order to repay his university debts. ... read more

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Photograph of the 185th Battalion

[1914-1918]

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 879

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Cap Badge of the 185th Cape Breton Highlanders Overseas

[1914-1918]

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Map with key and photo of Area - Canal du Nord to River Oise

[1914-1918]

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 879

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


First Principles of Tactics and Organisation (War Edition, 1915)

1915

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 879

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Map of Amiens, France, Section 17

October 1915

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Colin Macdonald to sister Mary

11 December 1916

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/2

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Angus L. Macdonald to sister Mary

28 July 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/3

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Colin Macdonald to sister Mary

22 August 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/2

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Map of France Sheet 51 A N.W.

September 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/1

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Angus Macdonald to his sister Mary

1 September 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/5

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Angus L. Macdonald to Sister St. Veronica

5 September 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/2

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Mary (Agnes L. Macdonald's sister ) to Agnes (wife of Angus L. Macdonald)

undated

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/3

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Map of Belguim and Part of France Sheet 44 N.W.

October 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Angus L. Mcdonald to his mother

15 November 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/4

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Letter from Angus L. Mcdonald to his mother

12 December 1918

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/4

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Short extracts from Angus Macdonald's letter that were wriiten to his sister and mother

undated

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 volume 1506 folder 424/6

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


Photograph of Angus L. Macdonald

1920s

Nova Scotia Archives MG 2 F371 Photo Vault

Lieutenant Angus L. Macdonald


             

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