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Letter from John MacKay to Dad
Typescript of Chapter Six of Shaw's Autobiography
Letter to John M. Shaw
Christmas Card from Pete and Marie Keenan to John M. Shaw
Letter from James M. Reid to John M. Shaw
Birth Certificates and Other Original Records
Letter from John M. Shaw to Rebecca Crump
Letter from John M. Shaw to Frederick Langford
Letter from James Macaulay to John MacKay
Maplewood Country Club Membership Certificate
Newstead North Association
Letter from John M. Shaw to Zena Sutherland
Letter from Charles W. Shipley (Bill) to John M. Shaw
Letter from John MacKay to Dad
Genealogy of the Shaws
Letter from Rebecca Crump to John M. Shaw
Letter from John MacKay to Meg
John M. Shaw reading to children
"Hieroglyphics and Emblems of His Glory"
Letter from John MacKay to Mother
John M. Shaw reading at his desk
Letter from John MacKay to Meg
Letter from John M. Shaw to Helen
Letter from John MacKay to Mother
Letter from Andy to Sandy
Children's Book Collecting: Draft
Typescript of Chapter Six of Shaw's Autobiography
Letter from Alice Crew Baker to John M. Shaw
Letter from John Bracewell to John M. Shaw
Letter from Bill Buice to John MacKay Shaw
Anniversary Golf Trip Information
Letter from John MacKay to Mother
Notebook of Stories Written by Shaw
Letter from Frederick Langford to John M. Shaw
Christmas Card from Margaret
Letter from John MacKay to Dad
Letter from James Macaulay to John MacKay
195 Management Report for AT&T
Untitled Narrative Poem About Shaw's Hearing About the Lolaire Disaster
Plan of Procedure for the Public Relations Committee of the Social Welfare Council
First Person Narrative of Enlistment and Early Days in France
Photograph of John M. Shaw
Letter from George McKay to John M. Shaw
Hand-drawn Ancestry Chart, "Shaw 1" by Al Shaw of New Zealand
Letter from Elsie Headley to John MacKay
Letter from James M. Reid
Letter from James Macaulay to John MacKay
Attributions of "Speak Gently" as Anonymous
Letter from James Macaulay to John MacKay
First Person Narrative about World War I service

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