Newspaper clipping article from an unidentified newspaper, circa spring, 1917. The article pertains to Murdock MacKeigan shortly after he joined the Canadian Forestry Corps and before he went overseas.
Newspaper clipping article from and unidentified newspaper, circa October, 1917. The article is a letter from Murdock MacKeigan to his aunt in Sydney, NS, and describes his takeover of the 76th Company of the Canadian Forestry Corps and their transfer from England to France in September, 1917.
Newspaper clipping article from an unidentified newspaper, circa 1918. The article pertains to Murdock MacKeigan and some of his men from the 76th Company, Canadian Forestry Corps being awarded Croix de Guerre decorations from the French government.
Letter addressed to Murdock MacKeigan and dated October 22, 1918, from Mrs. Marcia French of Scotland. The letter pertains to the death in France of her brother, Pte. William McIntosh, who served under Murdock's command.
Correspondence from Field Marshal Douglas Haig to all officers commanding units, and is dated January 8, 1919. The document urges recipients to consider staying in the permanent force military after the war.
Newspaper clipping article, with photo, from an unidentified newspaper, circa 1931. The article is an announcement of Murdock MacKeigan's transfer to the Reserve of Officers from his command of the 18th Infantry Brigade.