Donovan, Mrs E M 1980-07-02

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Mrs. Donavan reminisces about her father, Alexander Mackay, and others associated with the Matador ranching operations.

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Interviewee Name: Mrs. E. M. Donovan

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Date: July 2, 1980

Location: London, England

Interviewer: Charles L. Wood

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Matador Ranch, Visits, Cowboys, Branding, De-horning, Murdo Mackenzie, Physical appearance, Prairie Cattle Company, Wife, George Mackenzie, son, John Mackenzie, Jr., Toreandor Oil Company, Alexander Mackay, father, Education, Accountant, Shell Oil Company

Tape 1, Side 2: Great Depression, Alexander Mackay, Wealth, Matador stock, Death, Presbyterian church, Canada, Colleges, Mrs. Mackay, Musical studies, Anecdote, Food fads, Sense of humor, Glencruitten, Alexander Mackay, Hobbies, Interests

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