World War 1, Letters and Correspondence

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Letter to Lieut. James A. Murphy

Item is a letter sent to James. A. Murphy on the behalf of the Canadian assistant military secretary, informing him that his name has been submitted for inclusion in the list for the next investiture.

Letter to Susan Liscombe from "B."

Item is a letter to Susan Liscombe signed "B," which was written in France. In the letter, the author describes a three-hour artillery attack on December 20, mail delays on the front, and Gerald's first aid skills and current situation in England.

Letter to Susan Liscombe from "Bob"

Item is a letter to Susan Liscombe signed "Bob," which was written in France. In the letter, the author thanks Mrs. Liscombe for mailing him some newspapers, talks about injuries and deaths among members of the 40th that he met in England, relates his experience in the trenches, and notes a letter that he received from Gerald Liscombe regarding the disbandment of the 185th Band.

Letters from Percy Willmot to Dorothy Willmot

Item is a bound collection of transcribed letters from Percy Willmot to his sister, Dorothy, that were written during his service in World War 1 in both Halifax and France. The letters mention other Cape Bretonners overseas such as John Pringle, and Lieutenant Johnston. The collection also includes photocopies of various documents pertaining to Percy Willmot's military career.

Liscombe Correspondence

File contains a selection of Liscombe family correspondence, mainly that of Olive and Susan to and from Gerald during his time spent overseas in World War 1.

Matheson Family Papers

File contains family correspondence, including two letters from Ken Matheson to his mother while training at Valcartier Camp, 1915.

Paybook and military papers

File contains military papers and correspondence that belonged to Lieut. Percy Wilmot, including his paybook, war service badge, a Christmas card, and other documents.

Percy Charles Willmot, journal and scrapbook

File contains a scrapbook of pictures, clippings and letters compiled by Lieut. Willmot, detailing a trip from Sydney to England and return to Ottawa, 1908-09. The book also includes letters from Gladys Smith to Halifax officials concerning the donation of Percy Willmot's World War 1 materials to the Halifax Citadel Army Museum.

Percy Willmot, scrapbook

File contains a scrapbook of pictures, clippings, and letters concerning Lieut. Willmot's time at war. The scrapbook includes a recruitment address that was presented by J.W. Madden.

Postcard Booklet

Item is postcard booklet sent by Pte. Malcolm J. Mac Kinnon this his sister Mary from England just before sailing for France during World War 1.

WW1 MG 12.189.6 J

Item is a letter from Letter from Ronard Adrieu to an unknown recipient, dated 12 November 1916. The letter, written in broken French, describes the conditions at another hospital and asks the recipient to say hello to Harnois, a patient at the Hôpital de l'Alliance in Yvetot, France.

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