Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Old Scotch Whisked Away

The Detroit Free Press, July 21, 1903
The ever-grasping clutches of Eloise reached even beyond the international border to claim its minions. Donald McKay, a Scottish transplant to Sandwich East (now Windsor), Canada found that out the difficult way as his brother had him admitted to the asylum in the summer of 1903.

Mrs. Eliza Beal, who was bordering the gent tracked him down at Eloise and McKay was quite happy to accompany her back to the southern confines of the Detroit River.

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