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Christmas garland from the front
With the first Canadian contingent
The Dominion of Canada from the latest official surveys & data
1944-06, Marjorie to Stuart
1943, C.W.A.C. [Canadian Women's Army Corps] Band, Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario
A literary map of Canada
[1944], Postcard - Harry Pike and two sailors (plus dog) of the HMCS Cornwallis
Dominion of Canada, airports, intermediate aerodromes, seaplane ports and anchorages
1944-10, Duncan to Stuart Ivison
1944-03, Nova Scotia
1944-04, Marjorie to Stuart
Ontario Historical Topographic Maps, 1:25000
Early letters. Mervin Heights, London. 142nd Battalion “London’s Own.” March 27- July 4, 1916.
Dominion of Canada, south of latitude 75° : [military districts]
1944-02/03, Marjorie to Stuart
Ontario Historical Topographic Maps, 1 inch to 1 mile (1:63360)


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