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  • Grace Anderson, Joan Strong, and Pam Godwin in Hastings, England
    Grace Anderson, Joan Strong, and Pam Godwin in Hastings, England
    image  1945     In ink, there is an identifying letter written above each woman.In ink, reverse: Our Holiday - Hastings / Aug 1945 / our last morning / Pam Godwin 20 / Grace Anderson 22 / Joan F.M. Strong 21
    image  1945   In ink, there is an identifying letter written above each woman.In ink, reverse: Our Holiday - Hastings / Aug 1945 / our last morning / Pam Godwin 20 / Grace ...
    Wilfrid Laurier University Library
  • Third overseas draft of the Cobourg Heavy Battery
    Third overseas draft of the Cobourg Heavy Battery
    imagecomment  1915     3rd overseas draft of the Cobourg Heavy Battery, December 1915/January 1916. Left Cobourg for overseas late in March, 1916. Recruiting officer (left centre) Major James McKinnon, Captain (right centre) Arthur Hopper. Photo also includes Melville Thomas Lean (3rd row, 1895-1957) and Leslie Bowman (4th row, 1896-1958)
    imagecomment  1915   3rd overseas draft of the Cobourg Heavy Battery, December 1915/January 1916. Left Cobourg for overseas late in March, 1916. Recruiting officer (left centre) Major James McKinnon, Captain (right centre) Arthur ...
    Cobourg Public Library
  • Parcels from home (WWI)
    Parcels from home (WWI)
    image  1 Jul 1916     The parcel from home meant a great deal to the soldiers overseas.
    image  1 Jul 1916   The parcel from home meant a great deal to the soldiers overseas.
    Cobourg Public Library
  • Baptismal font, Seamer, Yorkshire, England
    Baptismal font, Seamer, Yorkshire, England
    image       St. Martin's Church was built in 1642. John Coulson and Anne Wallis were married here on the 6 March, 1830.
    image     St. Martin's Church was built in 1642. John Coulson and Anne Wallis were married here on the 6 March, 1830.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Robert Downie
    Robert Downie
    image       Robert Downie was a footman to Queen Victoria's son, the Prince of Wales. He was the brother of David Downie of Milton
    image     Robert Downie was a footman to Queen Victoria's son, the Prince of Wales. He was the brother of David Downie of Milton
    Milton Historical Society
  • A dirigible  at Shorncliff Camp
    A dirigible at Shorncliff Camp
    image  c.1916-17,     Two soldiers talking, one with back to the camera and the other in side view. Overhead is a dirigible.
    image  c.1916-17,   Two soldiers talking, one with back to the camera and the other in side view. Overhead is a dirigible.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Boat and sailboats (probably in England)
    Boat and sailboats (probably in England)
    image       "Happy New Year to You"/"In memory of our Canadian holiday"
    image     "Happy New Year to You"/"In memory of our Canadian holiday"
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain (possibly Abbotsford)
    Home in Great Britain (possibly Abbotsford)
    image       Condition: yellowed and stained; bent completely; handle carefully if it is necessary to handle this photograph.
    image     Condition: yellowed and stained; bent completely; handle carefully if it is necessary to handle this photograph.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Conwy Castle, Wales
    Conwy Castle, Wales
    image       Condition: yellowed and stained - mounted which has thankfully kept it sturdy.
    image     Condition: yellowed and stained - mounted which has thankfully kept it sturdy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Dock in Great Britain
    Dock in Great Britain
    image       Condition: yellowed and stained; mounted so it has kept sturdy.
    image     Condition: yellowed and stained; mounted so it has kept sturdy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain
    Home in Great Britain
    image       Condition: yellowed and stained with rips and tears; mounted so still sturdy.
    image     Condition: yellowed and stained with rips and tears; mounted so still sturdy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Landscape - falls
    Landscape - falls
    image       Condition: yellowed and dirty; mounted so still sturdy.
    image     Condition: yellowed and dirty; mounted so still sturdy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Town beside a bay - Great Britain
    Town beside a bay - Great Britain
    image       Condition: yellowed, stained and dirty; mounted so still sturdy.
    image     Condition: yellowed, stained and dirty; mounted so still sturdy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain
    Home in Great Britain
    image       Condition: yellowed and slightly faded; handle carefully - it is mounted, but the mount is flimsy.
    image     Condition: yellowed and slightly faded; handle carefully - it is mounted, but the mount is flimsy.
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain
    Home in Great Britain
    image       "The Library, Abbotsford"
    image     "The Library, Abbotsford"
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain
    Home in Great Britain
    image       The Drawing-Room, Abbotsford
    image     The Drawing-Room, Abbotsford
    St. Marys Museum
  • Home in Great Britain
    Home in Great Britain
    image       Entrance Hall, Abbotsford
    image     Entrance Hall, Abbotsford
    St. Marys Museum
  • Canadian Lawn Bowlers in England, 1934
    Canadian Lawn Bowlers in England, 1934
    image  1934     In ink: Canadian Lawn Bowlers in England 1934
    image  1934   In ink: Canadian Lawn Bowlers in England 1934
    Wilfrid Laurier University Library
  • Princess Mary
    Princess Mary
    image       A new portrait of Princess Mary who is raising a fund to provide Christmas gifts for British forces engaged in war.
    image     A new portrait of Princess Mary who is raising a fund to provide Christmas gifts for British forces engaged in war.
    Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre
  • "WHEN WHERE OR WHY" (Poem)
    "WHEN WHERE OR WHY" (Poem)
    newspaperimage  "WHEN WHERE OR WHY" (Poem), Porcupine Advance, 3 May 1916, Section 1, p. 7     Tommy (sometimes Tommy Atkins) is a generic slang name for an English soldier; Jack is a generic slang name for a sailor.The last line of the poem is an allusion to the song "Rule, Britannia!"
    newspaperimage  "WHEN WHERE OR WHY" (Poem), Porcupine Advance, 3 May 1916, Section 1, p. 7   Tommy (sometimes Tommy Atkins) is a generic slang name for an English soldier; Jack is a generic slang name for a sailor.The last line of the poem is an allusion ...
    Timmins Public Library
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