Item 80-716-4896 - A.S. McNeil

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A.S. McNeil

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NSSXA 80-716-4896

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  • 1927 (Creation)
    Shedden Studio

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1 photograph ; 10 x 15 cm

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Item is a photograph of A.S. McNeil, Mining Society president from 1925 until 1927.

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  • English

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Mining Society: MG 14.82 A6

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Photograph was donated to the Beaton Institute Archives by the Mining Society.

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