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3 Archival description results for World War I

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Gustav Mahler-Alfred Rosé Collection

  • CA ON00353 AFC 382
  • Fonds
  • [1780], [18-?-1996]

This collection consists of extensive personal correspondence, concert documents, scores, manuscripts, recognition, primary publications, secondary publications, university papers, photographs, recordings, memorabilia and artifacts mainly relating to the private and professional lives of Gustav Mahler, Alfred Rosé, Arnold Rosé, Alma Rosé, Bruno Walter, Justine Rosé, and Maria Rosé. Other material relating to Alma Mahler-Werfel, Marie Mahler, Otto Mahler, Maria Rosé, Albine Adler, Dorothy Beswick Hetherington, Lorraine Busby, Jacob Dont, Martha Freud, R.A. Loederer, Nora Nathan, Richard Newman, Richard Strauss, and Arturo Toscanini are included. Also included are materials in the collection whose connection is unclear

Mahler Rosé Families

Nettie McNaughton Jones fonds

  • CA ON00353 AFC 456
  • Fonds
  • predominant 1914-1918, 1988

Fonds consists of Nettie Lorinda McNaughton Jones’ correspondence during the First World War. Material primarily consists of correspondence from Oliver McNaughton, Jack McNaughton, Dave Radcliffe, and Ione Martin.

Photographs of plaques and headstones World War I and II

  • CA ON00154 2019.13.9
  • File
  • 2001

6841- Photograph of plqaue with list of names of men who volunteered for active duty in World War II from St Paul's Presbyterian Church, Walton St. Port Hope. 6842- A photograph of a plaque with names for veterans in World War I at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church who lost their lives. 6843- Photogrpah of a plaque at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church for veternas in World War I 6844- Photograph of a plaque of methodists of United Church who gave thier lives. 6845-Photograph of a plaque in United Church for veterans from the church who volunteered for active duty in World War II 6846- Photograph of the resting place for Edward E Dodds at Canton Cemetary 6847- Photograph of the headstone for Edward E Dodds at Canton Cemetary. Mr Dodds recieved a medal of honour for the Civial War. 1845-1901