Fonds MG101 - Nathan A. Fish fonds

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Nathan A. Fish fonds

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CA BU MG101

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  • 1918-1919 (Creation)
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    Fish, Nathan A.

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2 cm of textual records

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(d.1926)

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Nathan A. Fish graduated from Bishop's University in 1919. After graduating in Arts at Bishop's, Mr. Fish entered the department of pharmacy at McGill, where he proved to be a brilliant scholar, especially in research, in which work he was engaged when he died. He was the founder and first president of the McGill Pharmaceutical Society and was a charter member of several fraternities. He died in Montreal on October 28, 1926. (Source, The Mitre, 1926).

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Diary kept by Nathan A. Fish while he was a student at Bishop's University. Begins January 1, 1918. Last entry January 13, 1919. Of particular interest is an account of the local (Lennoxville) celebrations of the Armistice on November 11, 1918.

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This diary was purchased at a garage sale by Dr. Herten-Greaven of Lennoxville, who then donated it to the University Archives.

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2011-026

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