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Memorable Manitobans: Harris L. McNeill (?-?)

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Harris L. McNeill
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Educator.

He came to Brandon College in 1904 and served as Dean of Arts (1921) and Dean of the College (1925-1928), and also was Acting President following the death of Franklin Sweet and after the retirement of David Bovington. In 1928, he retired and was succeeded by John Robert Charles Evans.

Sources:

The Sickle, Brandon College, 1927-1928.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 29 June 2013

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