Fonds MS-9-16 - Ian McKay fonds

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Ian McKay fonds

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MS-9-16

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  • 1975-1980 (Creation)

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5 cm of textual records. - 55 audio cassettes.

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Fonds was donated in three accessions. In 1977, Ian McKay donated a manuscript of his undergraduate honours theses, "The Working Class of Metropolitan Halifax" (accession number 1977-081). In 1980, Bruce Tucker donated an essay on strikes in the Maritimes that McKay wrote as a graduate student (accession number 1980-126). In 1987, McKay donated 55 audio cassettes and accompanying notes (accession number 1987-053).

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Fonds contains research material and manuscripts created by historian Ian McKay when he resided in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Materials include a student essay on strikes in the Maritimes (1901-1914), a manuscript of McKay's undergraduate honours thesis, "The Working Class of Metropolitan Halifax," and 55 audio cassettes and accompanying notes from interviews with workers in the Springhill and Joggins coal mines.

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  • English

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There are no access restrictions on these materials. All materials are open for research.

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Manuscript does not circulate and must be used in the Archives and Special Collections Reading Room.

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