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November 12, 1939 (Creation)
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1 photograph : b&w acetate negative ; 10 x 13 cm
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One image of veterans, marching down Cedar Street behind the colour party and guard of honour in the Drumhead Rememberance Service at the Capitol Theatre (64 Cedar Street) in Sudbury, Ontario. Flags held by the colour party include the Union Jack and the Royal Canadian Legion flag.
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See "Service Recalls First War Dead," Sudbury Star, November 13, 1939, p. 3.
Almost 1,000 Sudburians went to the Drumhead Service to honour the district's 4,000 war dead.
Reverend Bruce of the Copper Cliff Anglican Church stated at the service, "No one is worthy of the name citizens [sic] who was not out to either the cenotaph service or the drumhead service."