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Archival Collections: World Wars

World Wars

World War Collections:

Alice Millidge fonds: Correspondence between Alice Millidge and soldiers serving overseas.


Archie Polson fonds: Photographs and correspondence from Polson and his family.


Canadian Officers Training Corps fonds: Records of the C.O.T.C, including photographs and textual material.


Charles William Gordon fonds: Wartime records of army chaplain Gordon.


Frederick D. Baragar fonds: Letters from the front written by and photographs of Frederick Baragar.


Jellis Family fonds: Wartime correspondence between two Jellis cousins.


John W. Dafoe fonds: A diary and correspondence on the Paris Peace Conference, which Dafoe attended as a Press Officer.

 

Martin Platz fonds: Records related to Platz's time in a Prisoner of War camp.
 

Pitblado Family fonds: Records of Lt. Pitblado’s war service, including correspondence and a war diary.


Rare Books Collection: Books related to the First World War, including a scrapbook titled Letters from the Front: M.A.C. Students, 1915-1918


Simon Jauvoish fonds: The poems and short stories of private Jauvoish, which reflect his WWI experiences.


Strange, Davison, Thompson, Griffith Family fonds: Postcards and Photographs of WWI.


Vaughan David Watt fonds: Correspondence, reports and photographs related to Watt’s service and death during WWI.


Walter Eggertson fonds: War diaries of Eggertson, who served with the 27th Battalion.


William Harold Hunt fonds: Correspondence from family and friends written during the First World War.


Winnipeg Tribune fonds: Newspaper clippings and photographs chronicling wartime events.