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Mindoro Island
1944-06, Marjorie to Stuart
Tenth Battalion, the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
1942-03, Stuart Ivison with Mother and Father, London, Ontario
Memoirs of General Miller, in the service of the republic of Peru
1942-07, Stuart Ivison with son [Duncan?], after Church Parade
1943-05, Chaplains (LR) Fallis, Kidd, Ivison, Wells, Gordon at Chaplains Conference, Toronto, Ontario
1943, C.W.A.C. [Canadian Women's Army Corps] Band, Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario
history of the 7th Battalion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
1941-07, Stuart Ivison, Soon after enlistment
1944-01, Officers’ Training Centre Brockville. C Company No. 1 Platoon
North Africa containing Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Italian Libya and Spanish Rio de Oro
Harbin
[1944], Postcard - Harry Pike and two sailors (plus dog) of the HMCS Cornwallis
Philadelphia in the Civil War 1861-1865
1944-02, Stuart and Marjorie Ivison with their children Donald, Duncan and David
Letters from Gordon Parkinson: Camp Borden. C. Co 142nd Battalion.  July 16 – October 29, 1916
short history of the 20th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps (B.E.L. Pioneers) 1915-1919
1941-07, Stuart Ivison and woman beside Church
1943-12, Stuart Ivison on leave from O.T.C. [Officers' Training Centre], Ottawa, Ontario

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