Fyfe, Charles Taylor

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Fyfe, Charles Taylor

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1888-1975

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Born August 3, 1888 in Dumbarton, Scotland. Charles Taylor Fyfe earned his M. A. From the University of Glasgow in 1910. He emigrated to Canada, settling in Saskatchewan. He taught English at Central Collegiate Institute in Regina for 29 years, joining the staff in 1930. He served as Editor of Hansard for the Saskatchewan
Legislature for five years. He was also a member of the Regina Public Library Board and was a member of the Sons of Scotland benevolent association Camp Balmoral #177

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