Fonds consists of photocopies of the programmes for “Freedom of the City” in 1982 and the exercise of the privilege in 1987 for 1 Service Battalion and 14 Service Battalion in Calgary, Alberta. Included in the programmes are brief histories of 1 Service Battalion and 14 (Calgary) Service Battalion.
Canada. Canadian Armed Forces. Service Battalion, 1
Fonds consists of material pertaining to 1 Wing, 10 Tactical Air Group, 427 Squadron and 430 Squadron and the Kingston, Ontario area during the 1990s. Also includes reference files covering a variety of subjects. There are 4 series:
10 Tactical Air Group
427 Squadron and 430 Squadron
Canada. Canadian Armed Forces. Wing, 1. Headquarters
Fonds consists of files from 12 Militia Group Headquarters and IV Princess Louise Dragoon Guards squadrons in Ottawa, Prescott and Smiths Falls. The materials document the typical activities of the militia in the 1950s and early 1960s. File lists found with Series II, III and IV indicate that these materials have been stripped and retained whereas other files appearing on these lists were destroyed. File titles indicate general topics of files and these are varied. Most textual material consists of correspondence and memoranda. There are three scrapbooks, one of which consists of pictures, and the other two of newspaper clippings pertaining to 12 Militia Group. Most of the pictures have brief captions describing their contents. There are six series, as follows: I: 12 Militia Group Headquarters files II: Princess Louise's Dragoon Guards, IV. Ottawa files III: Princess Louise's Dragoon Guards, IV. Prescott. "C" Squadron file IV: Princess Louise's Dragoon Guards, IV. Smiths Falls. "D" Squadron files V: Files relating to Princess Alice's visit to Present New Regimental Standard VI: Pictures and Scrapbooks relating to 12 Militia Group
125th Anniversary of the Georgetown Herald. Walter Biehn, Garfield McGilvray, Rhoda Geggie, Peter Jones and Dave Hastings recall their days at the newspaper. EHS meeting. Audio Cassette. December 11, 1991
Collection consists of a record book of the 18th battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, dating 1915-1920, containing names of dead, wounded, medal recipients, and those on leave. Collection also includes original (1928) and printed (1951) nominal rolls of the battalion association, as well as a 1952 memorial booklet with honours and awards.
This fonds consists of one scrapbook created by the 1st Coniston Wolf Cub Pack, containing information on Wolf Cub Pack meetings, a photograph of the first 1st Coniston Wolf Cub Pack and individual photographs of cub masters.
Fonds consists of material regarding Operation Ginger and Operation Essay during 1970-1971. There are general files pertaining to 2 Combat Group, Camp Petawawa, the Land Force Policy Review and the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade. Fonds is comprised of the following series:
Fonds consists of six publications / newsletters of the 2 Technical Regiment, RCEME(M) and entitled “Two Tech. Tradesman”. They date from 1959 to 1962. In the publication, there is a summary of what the regiment did during a certain period of time and what will happen in their future. Also includes pictures of the regiment and the newsletter also publish a small article on the soldier of the month.
Fonds consists of 2nd Canadian Corps intelligence summaries from the Second World War dated 1944-1945. Includes descriptions of enemy dispositions, weapons and Allied operational progress. A number of sketch drawings of German tanks, grenades and other weaponry are present. Also includes many tracer maps which detail various Allied and enemy positions in Northwest Europe.