Subseries ss9 - Temple W. Macdonald [2nd]

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Temple W. Macdonald [2nd]

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CA PCA Acc4225-s5-ss9

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  • 1943, 1983; Copied 2012 (Creation)

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.01 m. of textual records

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Macdonald, Temple W. (1919-1983)

Biographical history

Temple William Macdonld, son of Hugh Allister Macdonald (1879-1968) and Elizabeth MacPhee (1878-1961), was born on 14 March 1919 in Georgetown, Prince Edward Island. Temple served overseas in World War II. He married Agnes Batchilder and the couple had four children: Allison, Gaelyn, Ian and Douglas. Temple died on 28 March 1983 in Georgetown.

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The subseries consists of four letters (1943, undated) from Temple W. MacDonald to his sister Grace MacDonald during World War II, as well as copies of Temple’s death notice and obituary from 1983.

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Newspaper clippings have been copied for preservation purposes. Originals have been discarded

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