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Photograph of T.H. Raddall, Sr. in uniform while on leave in England standing with a gentleman in plainclothes

Item, a photograph, is related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927, MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 19, Item 5, and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 20, Item 9, and is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 21, Item 17 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The photograph was likely taken at the W.E. Firmstone residence.

Photograph of T.H. Raddall, Sr. in uniform while on leave in England with a gentleman in plainclothes smoking a pipe

Item, a photograph, is related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927, MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 29, Item 5, MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 20, Item 9, and to MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 21, Item 17 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The photograph was likely taken at the W.E. Firmstone residence.

William Edward Maclellan and family fonds

  • MS-2-762
  • Fonds
  • 1831 - 2005
Fonds comprises the records of William Edward Maclellan and his family's records, including those of including William Edward and Margaret Jane (Mackenzie) Maclellan; Edward Kirkpatrick and Helen Stewart (Mackay) Maclellan; Robert (Bob) William and Delphine Caroline (Wallace) Maclellan; Jean Stewart Maclellan; Robert William Maclellan; and David Kirkpatrick Stewart Maclellan. Record types include correspondence, photographs, films, newspaper clippings, poems, certificates, booklets, periodicals, notebooks and genealogical charts.

Maclellan, William Edward

Photograph of a panel on the World War I memorial beside the old military canal in Hythe, Kent, England

Item, a photograph, is related to MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 11, Item 5 and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 12 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The memorial bears T.H. Raddall, Sr.'s name on the lower left side. Raddall, Sr. was a former instructor in the School of Musketry at Hythe, and was killed while commanding the Winnipeg Rifles, Canadian Expeditionary Force at Amiens France on August 9, 1918.

Letter from Bryce McMaster to Evelyn Walton

  • MS-2-156, SF Box 27, Folder 7
  • Item
  • 1941
Item is a letter to Mrs. Evelyn A. Walton from war poet Bryce McMaster, in which he discusses several poems.

Walton, Evelyn A., fl. 1941

Photograph of two women standing on the side of the road along Hospital Wood, looking north towards Caix, France

Item is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1929-1941. The photograph was taken near the headquarters of the 8th Battalion of the 90th Winnipeg Rifles during the First World War. The headquarters was located near the corner o the woods at the left of the picture. The 8th Battalion had to cover the open ground to the right under heavy machine gun fire where the Germans had occupied an old trench. Thomas Head Raddall's father, Col. Raddall, Sr., personally directed the 8th Battalion's attack. He crossed the road in the photograph and was killed about a quarter-mile past in the open ground to the right.

Brochure on the history of the Dalhousie University No. 7 Stationary Hospital

File contains a brochure on the history of the Dalhousie University No. 7 Stationary Hospital. The brochure includes a brief history of the hospital and a nominal role of staff that worked with the hospital. The brochure also includes transcriptions of letters and lists of staff transferred in and out of the hospital.

Dalhousie University. No. 7 Overseas Stationary Hospital

Scrapbook page with photographs from T.H. Raddall, Sr.'s leave in England

Item may have been a page in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album. The photographs are related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927, to MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 19, Items 5-6, and to MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 5421 Item 17 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. The photographs on the left and right were likely taken at the W.E. Firmstone residence in England.

Photograph of T.H. Raddall, Sr. in uniform while on leave in England with a non-uniformed man

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 19, Item 6, and related to MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 19, Item 5 and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 20, Item 9 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs and is related to materials in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927.

Photograph of George V at the grave of a soldier on the front lines of the Great War printed on a postcard

Item, a photograph, is related to materials in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. The photograph comes a collection of official photographs produced by the Daily Mail during the Great War. The Prince of Wales stands to the left of King George. Generals William Norris Congreve and Sir Henry Seymour Rawlinson are standing in the foreground on the right. General Congreve is identified with an x over his head, though the the identification may be erroneous.

Photograph of tent hospital at Arques, France

Item is a photograph of the tent hospital at Arques, France, ca. 1917. A canal is in the background and officer tents can be seen through the trees. The hospital was later replaced by nissen huts.

Christmas card from Lt. Col. John Stewart

Item is a Christmas and New Year greeting card from Lt. Col. John Stewart. The card was printed by the Dalhousie No. 7 Stationary Hospital while it was stationed in France. The card is printed in gold and black ink and features the Dalhousie crest.

Photograph of the 90th Rifles of Winnipeg, 8th Battalion on a parade at Stonehenge, Salisbury Plains, England printed on a postcard

Item, a photograph, is related to material in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. There is a note to Ellen Raddall from her husband, T.H. Raddall, Sr., on the reverse side. Raddall, Sr. marked his position in the parade on the front with an x: he is the fifth from the left in the foremost line, wearing a long, dark overcoat that nearly reaches his ankles.