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Archives of the Agricultural Experience: The M.A.C. Gazette



The M.A.C. Gazette

Collection Description

The M.A.C. Gazette, later titled Managra, was a publication published by the Manitoba Agriculture College students.  It contained advertisements, poems, articles pertaining to farming, research, horticulture, and much more, an editorial section, articles on local college information and athletics, and personals. 


Collection Reference: UPC Agr 1
Inclusive Dates: 1908-1916  
Collection Contents: 5 volumes
Access Conditions: None


The M.A.C. Gazette (1908-1912), vol. 1, no. 1, March 1908

The M.A.C. Gazette (1908-1912), page 14, article by R.P. Roblin, vol. 1, no. 1, March 1908