48th Highlanders Church Parade May 6th 1934

An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) bifold program of the 48th Highlanders Church Parade on May 6th 1934. in attendance Brigadier John Pollands Girvan, D.S.O., M.C., V.D. (Commanding Officer at the time) HCapt the Revered Stuart C. Parker, D.D.

Grave Side Memorial Service booklet for Pte William Ronald Dafoe

A 4.75 inch (12.06 cm) by 6.75 inch (17.14 cm) booklet of the Grave Side Memorial Service for PTE William Ronald Dafoe. Signed by Padre East Service on Sept 28, 1944 At Rimini, Italy Handwritten inside cover by Padre East below William Ronald Dafoe Faithful unto Death Killed in Action September 16, 1944 Italy Greater […]

May 4th 1952, Church Parade

An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) bifold program on the 48th Highlanders Church Parade for May 4th, 1952. in attendance LCol M.E. George, CO HCapt The Revered Ross K. Cameron, M.A.

Unveiling of Battle Honours at the Regimental Memorial, June 4, 1961

An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) folded program of the¬†Memorial Service for the Unveiling of Battle Honours at the Regimental Memorial on Sunday, June 4th, 1961 at 1:30pm. In attendance: Lt. Col. D.C. Haldenby, C.D. Commanding Officer Hon. Capt. Grant Muir Hon Major Ross K. Cameron, C.D. Hon. Major Stewart B. […]

“Laying Up of the Colours” at St. Andrew’s Church, Sunday Oct.18, 1959

A 9.5 inch (24.13 cm) by 12.75 inch (32.38 cm) program of the Laying Up of the Colours at St. Andrew’s Church on Sunday, October 18th, 1959 at 11:00am. This Stand of Regimental Colours, comprised of the Sovereign’s Colour and a Regimental Colour, was the second stand carried by the 48th Highlanders. The first stand, […]

Chaplin Tape for the Stole of Padre S. B. East

The stole is a liturgical vestment of various Christian denominations, which symbolizes priestly authority; in Protestant denominations which do not have priests but use stoles as a liturgical vestment, however, it symbolizes being a member of the ordained. It consists of a band of coloured cloth, usually of silk, about seven and a half to […]