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Dalhousie University Archives Samuel R. Balcom fonds
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Correspondence 1970s

File includes correspondence related to the 1972 Balcom Family Reunion in Port Dufferin, including letters to Graham Dennis and A.M. Savage regarding media coverage of the event. File also includes correspondence from Robie Tufts, Henry Hicks, and J.K. Lawton.

Stormcliff, England - 1914

On back of print (soldiers in the photo): "SR Balcom, Karl Woodbury, Victor N MacKay, Col John Stewart, Col EV Hogan, Dan A MacLeod, Walter Taylor"

Dalhousie #7 Stationary Hospital - J. Stewart - Staff References

File contains copies of letters of reference for former railway dining car workers who enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, served in the First World War with the (Dalhousie) No. 7 Canadian Stationary Hospital. The correspondence contained herein discusses disagreements over the promises of wages granted to enlisted men from railway companies as a result of two different circulars being signed in relatively short order.

Nursing Sisters in front of a tent

Nursing Sisters identified from left to right: Sadie McLeod; J. A. Davidson; M. M. E. Chisholm; Laura May Hubley; J. M.Mitchell; rest of the women are unidentified.

Nursing Sisters in front of a tent

Nursing Sisters identified from left to right: Sadie McLeod; J. A. Davidson; M. M. E. Chisholm; Laura May Hubley; J. M.Mitchell; rest of the women are unidentified.

The Orderlies with Col. Stewart - Arles, France

Back Row: Sgt. A. F. Proudfoot, Sgt. W. G. (Tubby) Jenkins, W. J. Parkhill, Patrick (Paddy) Colgan, Harry B. Archibald, Sgt. Tom H. Robinson, James, J. E. Doyle , Frank F. Chute, J. R. Eldridge, D. J. Strachan (?)
Front Row: Sgt. W. J. Martin, ?, Sgt. T. W. Taylor, ?, Joseph Richardson, Sgt. G. T. Brown, Col. Stewart, A. Oatway, A. F. Tupper, Ed. Noseworthy, Daniel McNeil, James (Jimmy) Hilton, Sgt. C. A. Redmond

Page from "family bible'

Cut out frontpiece (presumably) from a family bible listing deaths of John Saunders (1828) and Mary Saunders (1838). Originally housed with contents of file 3-5.

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