Herbert
A.
McDonald


 

HERBERT A. McDONALD 


Camden Courier-Post - February 7, 1933

RCA VICTOR EMPLOYEE MISSING SINCE JANUARY 27

Herbert A. McDonald, 36, of 3301 Saunders street, was reported missing from home yesterday by his mother~in-law, Mrs. S. May Wrightson, with whom he lived.

McDonald, a bookbinder, disappeared January 27, while apparently en route to the RCA Victor plant where he was employed. His wife, Helen, mother of two children, is distracted. Mrs. Wrightson fears he was a victim of foul play.

McDonald is 5 feet, 10 inches tall; weighs 190 pounds, is light complexioned and has scars on his back and below the right eye. When last seen he wore a blue pin-striped suit, brown sweater, grey overcoat, low black shoes and a cap..


Camden Courier-Post - February 10, 1933

WAR VETERAN RETURNS AFTER AMNESIA ATTACK

Stricken with amnesia on January 27 and wandering aimlessly about the country until he recovered his memory near Pittsburgh two days ago, Herbert MacDonald, 36, of 3301 Saunders street, a World War veteran, returned home yesterday.

MacDonald, who is subject to the attacks as a result of his war experience, left home on January 27 to go to the RCA Victor plant, where he is employed as a bookbinder. Arriving home yesterday he said he recovered his memory while hitch-hiking on a truck near Pittsburgh PA..


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