WWII Cap Badge with lozenge design placed on a section of Davidson Tartan. Lieutenant MacLachlan was the first 48th Highlander Officers killed in combat in the Second World War – Sicily, near Caltigarone when leading a carrier recce party and hitting a mine after assessing the road as clear.
Abide with Me – 48th Highlanders Pipes and Drums – music CD Footsteps in Time – Royal Regiment of Canada – 2 music CD
Black nylon belt with brass coloured buckle and 48th Highlanders crest on buckle
Red baseball cap with the 48th Highlanders badge
personal cummerbund of G. L. Cassaday – Davidson tartan for civilian formal wear
Large brass door knocker cast in the shape of the falcon emblem of the 48th Highlander Regiment. These were manufactured at the direction of the Regimental Senate and made available for sale to 48th Highlanders in the late 1960s.
White porcelain mug with Diamond badge on black square; mug was given to attendees at the 70th Anniversary Reunion of the 48th Highlanders of Canada in 1961.
A collection of correspondence from 1940 – 1946 usually between George and Lillian McKay.
Brass door knocker of 48th Highlanders falcon head with hinge. 6″ x 6″ . Flat back with rubber stoppers.
Circular design, a cadet in full dress uniform with St. Andrew’s Cross superimposed. On one side are maple leafs and the other thistles. Markings: on front “#142 ST.ANDREW’S COLLEGE HIGHLAND CADET CORPS” “DILEAS GU BRATH” “1995-2005”; on back “AT”