Item is a pamphlet which features "A Cape Bretoner at War: Letters From the Front 1914-1919," an article by Brian Douglas Tennyson. The article contains information about Percy Charles Willmot and his experience serving overseas, which was documented through letters. This piece was originally published in Canadian Military History, Volume 11.1.
Item is a postcard showing five members of the 25th Battalion of the CEF taken during World War 1. The photo was taken after a "champagne supper" the night before and is noted as being "taken with a small hand camera." The soldiers are identified on the reverse as: RSM Hinchcliffe (died at Vimy), CQMS Hills (Susie), Sgt. P.C. Willmot, Cpl. P. Walker, and Pte. Dr. 'Pete' Murray.
Item is a postcard showing the return of the 25th Battalion of the CEF to Halifax on May 16, 1919 after the end of the First World War. Soldiers participating in the parade are noted to be carrying a Maj. Matheson, visible on the shoulders of one of the men in the bottom right corner of the photograph. A handwritten note on the photo credits it to one "F.G. Goodenough". The ship from which the soldiers are disembarking is partially visible in the background.
Item is a book titled "Percy Willmot: A Cape Bretonner at War," written by Brian Douglas Tennyson. This book includes transcriptions of Lieut. Percy Willmot's letters, along with historical analysis from the author. Lieut. Willmot lived in Cape Breton prior to his enlistment.
Item is a postcard showing a number of soldiers marching down a street during World War 1. The soldiers, likely members of the 25th Battalion of the CEF, are in full uniform with rifles, canteens, and satchels. The photo was likely taken in Halifax.
Item is a photograph of Percy Willmot with his mother and sister in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. A note on the reverse of the item bears the caption "Style on the Stile" and specifies the photo was taken "on the packway between Shottery - Anne Hathaways [sic] Cottage and Stratford. P.".