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Dishwashing at the Exhibition Ground Camp in Regina
Dishwashing at the Exhibition Ground Camp in Regina
Group of men gathered around a tub of water, washing dishes at the exhibition ground camp in Regina., SaskWar
Documents relating to enemy aliens, 1915-1919
Documents relating to enemy aliens, 1915-1919
Photocopies of primary source materials used by Bill Waiser in his research on the national park work camps during the first world war. Includes excerpts from a journal and correspondence pertaining to the operations of the camps., EnemyAliens
Dr. A. B. Stewart Papers
Dr. A. B. Stewart Papers
Translation of a German soldier's letter; notes on pack transport used on the Somme in 1916., WesternFront
Dr. Andrew Everett Porter - Clippings, 1940
Dr. Andrew Everett Porter - Clippings, 1940
Series of clippings commemorating the life of Dr. Andrew Everett Porter, who doctored in the West during the Riel Rebellion, and went on to serve as a medical officer with the 218th regiment during the Great War. Upon his return in 1916, he opened the Frank sanitarium for tubercular soldiers in Frank, B. C., Wartime Medicine
Dr. Andrew Everett Porter in Uniform
Dr. Andrew Everett Porter in Uniform
Photograph of a young Andrew Everett Porter in uniform., Wartime Medicine
Dumbell Rag
Dumbell Rag
Patriotic sheet music from the first world war, annotated May 8, 1920., Patriotic Music
E 247 Troop Train  WWI
E 247 Troop Train WWI
Departure of 53rd Battalion
E. R. Chiquoin letter
E. R. Chiquoin letter
Letter explaining why E. R. Chiquoin's son, R. J. Chiquoin did not serve in the war, needing instead to stay home on the family farm., LettersandDiaries
Easter card sent to Nurse Brock, 1917
Easter card sent to Nurse Brock, 1917
Card with illustration of angel and brief note sent to Nurse Louise Brock at Salonika from her fiancé Sylvester., LouiseBrock
Edmund Oliver Letters April 1918
Edmund Oliver Letters April 1918
Letter from Chaplain E. H. Oliver to his wife, Rita, and their sons, talking about the effect of the fighting on his activities with the University of Vimy Ridge (with the University going on vacation during a heated point in the action). Discusses living conditions in France, the need to be constantly moving, and the weather.
Edmund Oliver Letters April 1919
Edmund Oliver Letters April 1919
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund Henry Oliver to his wife Rita and their two sons during his time serving with the occupation forces in France and Belgium. Talks about writing the history of the University of Vimy Ridge, the winding down of the war and the possibility of coming home. Letters signed "Edmundaddy", EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters February 1918
Edmund Oliver Letters February 1918
Letters written by Chaplain Oliver to his wife, Rita, and sons while stationed in France. Mostly pertaining to the development of the University of Vimy Ridge and lectures delivered. The 196th and Reginald Bateman are mentioned. There is a Valentine's Day letter with a doodle of a heart., EdmundOliver

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