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Memorable Manitobans: Duncan Scott MacIntyre (1899-?)

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Born at Miami, Manitoba, 1899. Son of Hugh MacIntyre and Isabella White. Married Miss Ellis, 1921. Educated at Miami Public School, Brandon College, McMaster University, Toronto, B.A., 1918. Scotch ancestry; father came to Canada from Perthshire; settled at Nelson, Manitoba, 1882. Mr. Maclntyre graduated from college and adopted the teaching profession; taught at Meadowvale near Canora, Saskatchewan; taught at Holmfield, Manitoba; came to Miami as principal of the Consolidated School, 1921. Member of the Manitoba Educational Association. Member, Masonic Fraternity, Worshipful Master, Midlothian Lodge No. 90. Baptist. Liberal. Recreations: Hockey and tennis. Address, Miami, Manitoba.


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