Fonds F00454 - Lorne and Edith Pierce collection. Hamilton Mack Laing sous-fonds

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Lorne and Edith Pierce collection. Hamilton Mack Laing sous-fonds

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    Laing, Hamilton Mack

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7 p.

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(1883-)

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Hamilton Mack Laing, naturalist, author, photographer, and artist, made his home in Comox on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Born in 1883 in Ontario, Laing grew up on a Manitoba farm, attended art school in New York, and traveled the American west before becoming a school principal, photographer, writer, naturalist, bird collector, and nut farmer. He died in 1982(?).

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Bird rambles in B.C. ( Osoyoos Meadows) : article, n.d.

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  • English

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2001.1

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  • Shelf: 2001.1