Fonds MG109 - Raymond James Mills fonds

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Raymond James Mills fonds

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  • 1904-1906 (Creation)
    Mills, Raymond James

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Ryamond James Mills was from East Angus, Quebec. He attended Bishop's University briefly between 1904 and 1906.

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Diary having belonged to Raymond James Mills of East Angus, Quebec. It was begun October 11, 1904, and appears to end March 13th 1906. Raymond Mills entered Bishop's College in September, 1904, left during the year. He returned as a partial student in September 1905, and again left during the year. This diary comprises a view of daily life at Bishop's College in the early 1900's, including accounts of sporting activities, daily chores, family visits, and various student activities, primarily sports such as hockey, basketball and boxing.

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Item is in good condition

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Marie-Claude Lachance, Tingwick, Qc


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BUA 0397 (small fonds box 3)

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The diary relates the death of student John A. Jackson from appendicitis, mentioned in The Mitre, v.12, no.3&4, 1905, p.73 and p.93 - In Memoriam.

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