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Edmund Oliver Letters February 1919
Edmund Oliver Letters February 1919
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund H. Oliver to his wife Rita and two boys. Talks about the work of the overseas University. Letters mostly written from Belgium, EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters January 1918
Edmund Oliver Letters January 1918
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund Oliver to his wife, Rita, and sons. Discusses life at the front, and early work on the Vimy Ridge university project., EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters March 1918
Edmund Oliver Letters March 1918
Letter written by Chaplain E. H. Oliver to his wife Rita and sons. Discusses various lectures, accommodations while in France, work on the University of Vimy Ridge, and life at the front., EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters May 1918
Edmund Oliver Letters May 1918
Letter from Chaplain Edmund H. Oliver to his wife, Rita, and their sons, talking about church work, life at the front (including leisure activities). Oliver teases his wife about her birthday, and talks about life on her end of things., EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters, March 1919
Edmund Oliver Letters, March 1919
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund Oliver to his wife Rita and two boys. Talks about serendipitous connections with people overseas, running over a Belgian woman, some discord among his peers over MacKinnon's Report, mention of venereal disease in the army., EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver Letters, May 1919
Edmund Oliver Letters, May 1919
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund Henry Oliver to his wife Rita and sons, written from Belgium, Boulogne, London, various places in Scotland, . He writes about his travels and his struggle to get home. Includes correspondence leading up to his ultimate departure., EdmundOliver
Edmund Oliver letters January 1919
Edmund Oliver letters January 1919
Letters written by Chaplain Edmund Oliver to his wife Rita and sons from Germany and Belgium during the last months of the war. Describes "some of our chaps" knocking the nose off of the monument of William the Great, knocking the pike off his helmet, and putting a Union Jack on him. He expresses a great deal of excitement about the prospect of going home. Talks about his work as Chaplain and educator., EdmundOliver
Educational Department : Food Controller's Office
Educational Department : Food Controller's Office
Brief paper with specific emphasis on the threat of packaged breakfast cereals., Supplyingthewawr
Eight Years Treatment of the Soldier. Canada's Legislation for her Veterans, 1922 - 1930.
Eight Years Treatment of the Soldier. Canada's Legislation for her Veterans, 1922 - 1930.
This article highlights some of the important changes in the government's legislation for veterans during the period 1922 to 1930., Great War Veterans
Elliott's Postcard Scrapbook : 1917-1919
Elliott's Postcard Scrapbook : 1917-1919
Both real photo and printed postcards documenting international soldiers, activities, and landscape near Vladivostok, Russia. The majority have never been sent, but were collected; although the album includes a postcard sent to Fielding from England by Arthur Elliott., ElliottBros
Emma Perley letter, Nov. 21, 1918
Emma Perley letter, Nov. 21, 1918
Letter written by a mother, explaining that her son has not seen active service, being instead engaged on the family farm, although enlisted with the 77th Battalion.
Enemy aliens walking through snow, Banff Alberta
Enemy aliens walking through snow, Banff Alberta
A group of internees and guards walking dual file in Banff, Alberta., EnemyAliens

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