The fonds contains the pay book of Walter Draycot (April 1917 to November 1918), letter attesting to his medical fitness (1914), articles by him, correspondence, 7 original hand drawn Christmas cards, 3 journals containing his scientific articles (1951), 1 program, 5 photographs of the Walter Draycot plaque dedication (1999), and various newsclippings .
The fonds contains correspondence, parade orders, schedules and other documents relating to the organization of the "Farewell To Winnipeg" celebrations in 1984 and the retirement party of George Grenville Brown, Colonel of the Regiment, 1983. Also included is correspondence and memorabilia related to the PPCLI's 100th anniversary tour of England and Flanders in 2015.
The fonds contains 4 photographs of headstones at Vormezeele Cemetery near Ypres, Belgium; a souvenir pack of 5 British stamps issued 11 September 1990 and depicting British medals of gallantry; 26 photographs (1913-2014) annotated by Ida Schjelderup, many depicting Hamilton Gault, ca. 1958; and 62 photos of military exercises and recreational activities reflecting Col. Schjelderup's military career (ca. 1944-ca. 1960).
The fonds consists of an article, "Patricias with the United Nations Iraq Kuwait Observation Mission" by Joe Pollock and Bill Lewis; a map of the north sector of the Iraq-Kuwait demilitarized zone; and 3 photographs, of which 2 depict Pollock and Lewis in the zone.
United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observervation Mission. Canadian Contingent
The fonds contains a manual for drivers in Germany, 2 programmes for the Drumhead Service and Trooping and Review during the Regimental Jubilee, 1964, 1 programme for the Beating Retreat on the 50th Anniversary of Frezenberg, a menu from the farewell dinner for Lieutenant Colonel G. G. Brown, 1965 and a newspaper article featuring the First Battalion Judo Team, 1966.
The fonds consists of an album that was presented to T.J. Turnbull upon his retirement in 1934. It contains informal portraits of 40 sergeants, warrant officers, and commissioned officers, and their farewell messages.
The fonds consists of Tom Aherne’s service records, certificates, newsclippings, and photographs documenting his military service and personal life, manuals and precis used in his military training, and collected newsletters.