File MS-1-Ref, Box 1, Folder 7 - Alexander Howard MacKay's valedictory address delivered at 1873 spring convocation

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Alexander Howard MacKay's valedictory address delivered at 1873 spring convocation

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MS-1-Ref, Box 1, Folder 7

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  • April 30, 1873 (Creation)
    MacKay, Alexander Howard

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Alexander Howard MacKay graduated from Dalhousie University in 1873 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and an Honors Certificate of the second class in Mathematics. He was the first student to graduate from Dalhousie University with Honours. MacKay delivered the valedictory address at convocation on April 30, 1873.

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File contains the valedictory address delivered by Alexander Howard MacKay at convocation on April 30, 1873. The address was published in the Dalhousie Gazette, Vol. 5, No. 10 on May 3, 1873.

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