'Lin Macdonald''Lin Macdonald'i(A51113 works by)
Lindsay Kingsborough Cunningham; Major L. K. Cunningham)
Born:Established:1887Randwick,Randwick area,Sydney Eastern Suburbs,Sydney,New South Wales,;Died:Ceased:1951Heidelberg,Ivanhoe - Heidelberg area,Melbourne - North,Melbourne,Victoria,
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'Major Lin MacDonald was an officer of the A.I.F. from the inception of the war. He left with the first transport that sailed from Australia, and was with the 1st division in practically every battle in which that famous corps was engaged. As regimental Staff Officer and Commanding Officer, he had ample opportunity for observing the Digger, not only in action, but in his leisure moments, when many of the incidents he relates in Tales of the Soldiers' Pets occurred.' (Source: The Australian Journal 1931 p 1256)