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- CA ACU TMM F0065
- [191-] - 1947
Fonds consists of photographs created or collected by Otto Meier or members of his family. 10 of the images pertain to the German experience of WWI, the remainder pertain to Meier's family and friends post WWI.
- CA ACU TMM F0067
Fonds consists of diaries kept by Watson during his time as a commanding officer during WWI. Also includes related WWI photographs and ephemera collected and arranged by Watson in scrapbook.
- CA ACU TMM F0083
Consists of one photo album containing original black and white photography. Photographs include trench images, informal group portraiture, military marching, and grave sites. Some photos have captions on verso. Album is inscribed on first page "Wishing you a Merry Xmas from [Dad?]". Association of the album with the Royal Scots is based on the contents of a grave site photograph.
Unknown British Officer
- CA ACU TMM F0148
Consists of five items of correspondence sent by Marvin Dunfield to his sister, Clara during his time of service during WWI.
- CA ACU TMM F0039
The fonds consists of the letters Norman Stephenson sent home on a weekly basis during his four years of service. Norman’s Field Book, Pay book and a copy of the New Testament presented by the Canadian Bible Society are included. Also included in the collection are a number of photographs of Norman at training camps in Calgary, on the boat going overseas, and in England and France. The remaining files consist of the research material assembled by Stephenson's daughter Norma Lendrum in writing her book about his wartime experiences: Four Years in the Life of a Cavalryman in WWI.
The fonds is divided into 3 series:
- Norman’s letters and documentation
- Norma's Research material
-Regimental War Diaries
-Book/article excerpts/Internet material
Stephenson, James Norman
- CA ACU TMM F0043
Fonds consists predominantly of correspondence sent to Mary Gray by Canadian soldiers serving overseas during WWI.
- CA ACU TMM F0020
- 1915-1918, 2004-2010
Fonds consists predominantly of letters that MacLellan wrote to his mother while serving in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in Europe between 1915 and 1918 together along with a small number of postcards and telegrams. There is also a small pocket diary, a photocopy of his attestation papers, and biographical descriptive material provided by a friend of the donor at the time of donation.
The fonds is divided into 2 series and one item:
Series 1. Donation documentation
Series 2. Correspondence
Item 1. Field diary
MacLellan, F. Gerald
- CA ACU TMM F0045
Fonds consists of one Christmas card and a photocopy of Corlett's Attestation Paper.
- CA ACU TMM F0076
Fonds consists of a three volume transcript of an original diary by Ithel Davies. The diary describes his experiences during World War One as a service member of the British Expeditionary Forces and is notable for its intimate account of the Gallipoli Campaign and the Battle of the Somme. Diary transcriptions have been bound and supplemented by the donor with maps, photocopied photographs, and relevant transcribed correspondence.
- CA ACU TMM F0026
- 1915-1918, 2007
Fonds consists predominantly of letters written by brothers Jack and Arthur McAllister to their family while serving overseas in WWI.