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William Wasbrough Foster fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0131
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1936

Consists of material related to Foster's WWI service as member of the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles and later Commanding Officer of the 52nd Battalion.

Material is divided into four series:

  1. Trench notes and related correspondence.
  2. War summaries of action and operational orders
  3. Trench Map and Regimental History
  4. Clippings

Foster, William Wasbrough

Malcolm Smith Fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0082
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1945

Fonds consists of photos and a single textual item collected by Malcolm Smith during his time of service during WWII.

Smith, Malcolm Sanders

Thomas Arnott Ballingal Spear fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0127
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1999

Consists of records gathered and created during service in WWI and WWII as well as later items attesting to Spear's actions and honours received as one of the last surviving veterans of WWI.

Spear, Thomas Arnott Ballingal

Terence W.H. Thompson Fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0140
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1919

Consists of 14 letters written by Thompson to his sisters during his time of service in WWI. Also includes an excerpt from a trench mortar manual and several notes typed by Thompson later in life contextualizing the letters.

Thompson, Terence W.H.

Condren Maurice Strong poetry fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0114
  • Fonds
  • 1917

Consists of 29 loose pages of typescript poetry with holograph annotations. Poetry is autobiographical and relates to Strong's WWI experiences. Date of creation is presumed to be during the war; written on first sheet of collected poems: "written in France 1917"

Strong, Condren Maurice

Unidentified American WWI Infantryman Fonds

  • CA ACU TMM F0120
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1919

Consists of a 127 page typescript transcription of a WWI diary titled "The Day by Day Diary of a Machine Gunner". Holograph corrections and annotations appear throughout, possibly made by the diarist's son or daughter.

A detailed summary of diary can be found in the document attached to this AtoM record as: item: "Summary"

Unidentified American Soldier

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