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Dugald McIntyre fonds

Call Number: Mss Sc 18 (A.78-03)

Title: Dugald McIntyre fonds.

Dates: 1898-1935.

Extent: 0.03 m of textual records.

Biographical sketch: Reverend Dugald McIntyre was born in 1869. In 1891, he completed a B.A. at Manitoba College. He worked as a Presbyterian preacher in the municipality of Springfield, Manitoba in the summer of 1892. He returned to Manitoba College and completed an M.A. in Theology in 1894. McIntyre completed some of his training in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was living in Rolla, North Dakota in 1901. Between 1919 and 1924, he worked in Blenhiem, South Carolina. He began a Pastorale in New Market in 1927.

Custodial history: A note attached to the cover of the diary states that M.L. Pallington purchased the diary on May 14, 1977 in an antique store in Markham, Ontario. Dr. William Klassen, Professor and Head of the Department of Religion at the University of Manitoba, donated the fonds to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in 1978.

Scope and content: The fonds consists of one diary with entries from 1898 to 1935. The diary begins with a brief resumé of Reverend Dugald McIntyre's life followed by daily entries. The diary includes details about his working life, traveling, and details about the progress of his children, Campbell and Marjorie. The letters to D. McIntyre from 1913 to 1935 include a letter from Ella M. Hunt, wife of W.M. Hunt, letters of sympathy, and letters to McIntyre from his son, Campbell, regarding his college graduation. One sheet of sermon notes is included.

Source of supplied title: Title based on provenance of fonds.

Restrictions: There are no restrictions on this material.

Finding aid: Finding aid is currently unavailable.