Sgt. Worth, Jerry E. Membership Card

A 2 inch by 3.5 inch membership card of Sgt. Worth, Jerry E. to the Pipes and Drums Association for the year 1986. Card is signed in ink by the Association President, W Baird and Secretary, Lloyd Tucker.

Mitchell Oke – brothers list of names

Typed list of Oke (Peters) brothers who served in WW1.   Includes their Mohawk written names. Pte. Frank Peters 53182  – 60th Battalion -survived Pte. Alex Peters 633145 – 21st Battalion -killed in action Dec 16, 1917 buried at Aubigny, France  Plot 3, Row F, Grave 53 Pte John ( Shawatis) Oke Peters 109210 – 253 […]

Safe Conduct Certificate for Allied Soldiers

A 5.5 inch by 9 inch paper stating that the soldier carrying this document wishes to surrender and will comply with a safe conduct behaviour. These certificates were given to Canadian soldiers beginning with the Sicilian campaign and would be carried by the soldier in his uniform. The certificate was English on one side and […]

Letters and telegrams – Capt F. W. Macdonald, MC

Two Wiro-Bound Booklets (each containing multiple pages, with copies of various letters and telegrams from Frederick Macdonald, addressed to his mother, father and others at home, dated from August 1914 to January 1919, 230 mm x 280 mm each) Captain Frederick William (Wyld) Macdonald, MC, VD  joined the 48th in 1912 at age 21. He […]

Diary of Lt. E. W. Bickle, 15th Battalion

Red leather cover, dated pages. Entries in ink and pencil up to July 1915. Diary 3″ x 4 1/2″. Lt. Edward William Bickle, as a member of the 48th Highlanders, volunteered for overseas with 355 other members of the Home Battalion on 07 August 1914. He was part of an advance party on 27 August […]