Item 2019-1.25 - Doug Millar portrays Christian Eby

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CA MAO 2019-1.25

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Doug Millar portrays Christian Eby

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  • [ca. 1977] (Creation)

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Donated to the Archives from the estate of Anne (Eby) Millar

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Doug Millar in costume as Christian Eby for the drama "Trail of the Conestoga," a play based on the novel by Mabel Dunham about the early Mennonite settlers of Waterloo County. A note by Anne Millar accompanies the photograph: "Doug as Christian Eby in the play 'Trail of the Conestogo' [sic]. Doug's personal background was a mix of Scottish and P[ennsylvani]a. German and he enjoyed his involvement in both cultures - the world of Robbie Burns and the ways of trhe Pa. Germans. The Millar clan is included with others in the MacFarlane tartan."

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Price: 5.00
Megapixels: 6.1
Resolution: 2174x2788

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