Item MS-1-Ref, Box 142, Folder 1, Page 3 - Truro native dies in B.C. [Fred J. Dawson]

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Truro native dies in B.C. [Fred J. Dawson]

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MS-1-Ref, Box 142, Folder 1, Page 3

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  • January 10, 1959 (Creation)
    Moncton Transcript

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1 clipping : mounted on cardstock

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The Moncton Transcript was a newspaper from Moncton, New Brunswick. It was founded in 1882 as the Daily Transcript and renamed the Moncton Transcript in 1906. The paper was published under that name until 1982 when it merged with the Moncton Times to form the Times and Transcript.

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Item is a newspaper clipping about the death of Frederick James Dawson. The article was published in the Moncton Transcript on January 10, 1959.

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