MacDonald, Louis Richard
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This is an interview with Louis Richard MacDonald of Cornwall, P.E.I. In this interview Louis talks about working in Halifax, WWII, pack peddlers, his father, hockey, school, winters, the telephone, North River, Jack Ellsworth, rum running, Cornwall, clothes, stores, the Upton Airfield, and various other topics.
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Cornwall, PE; Upton, PE; Halifax, NS
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1919, 1950s, 1954, 1916, 1933, 1924, WWII
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