Documenting the life and career of Bruce J.S. Macdonald (b. 1902), a lawyer who became the City Solicitor of Windsor (1930), later becoming Crown Attorney of Windsor before being appointed to the County Court Bench. Interview topics include: University of Alberta; articling in Windsor; opinions on Windsor lawyers; World War II; Police Commission. Interview conducted by Patrick Brode. File includes three audio cassette recordings and a transcript with index (59 p.).
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