Fonds F0079 - John Henry Harding Fonds

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John Henry Harding Fonds


  • 1945 (Accumulation)

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0.5 cm of textual material

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Name of creator

(fl. 1920-2002)

Biographical history

John Henry Harding was likely born in Alberta ca. 1920. During WWII Harding served, likely domestically only, with the Infantry Corps. Post war he lived on a farm near Lougheedm Alberta and worked as a geophysicist. Harding died July 2, 2002.

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Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Donated by Anne Harding via the Museum of the Regiments, along with artifacts kept my MR, March, 2009. MR2009-012.

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Scope and content

Fonds consists of three certificates:
Certificate of Military Qualification, Canadian Army; Certificate of Service, Canadian Army; Certificate of Commission. All items dated 1945.

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No further accruals are expected.

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Conditions governing access

No restrictions on access.

Conditions governing reproduction

Archival materials do not circulate and must be consulted in the TMM Library and Archives Reading Room. Duplication of materials in the collection may be subject to copyright and other restrictions. Please contact TMM Library and Archives staff for guidance on reproduction.

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  • English

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Processed by Jason Nisenson, June 2016.




Archivist's note

This AtoM record created by Jason Nisenson, June 2016.

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