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Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Regimental Museum and Archives
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PPCLI portraits of COs and RSMs collection

  • PPCLI Collection 75
  • Collection
  • 1914-2006

The collection consists of portraits of Colonels-in-Chief, Colonels of the Regiment, Commanding Officers (COs) and Regimental Sergeants-Major (RSMs) of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, its Battalions, and other units, along with short biographical sketches and tables documenting the dates of change of command.

Friendly fire incident (2002) collection

  • PPCLI Collection 93
  • Collection
  • 2002 - 2005

The Tarnak Farm incident, more familiarly known in Canada as "the friendly fire incident", occurred on April 17, 2002 near Kandahar, Afghanistan during Operation Apollo. The 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group (3PPCLIBG) was conducting night-time anti-tank and machine gun firing exercises, which were mistaken for enemy fire by U.S. Air National Guard fighter jet pilots. The pilots attacked, killing Canadian soldiers Marc Leger, Ainsworth Dyer, Richard Green, and Nathan Smith, and injuring at least eight others. They were the first Canadian casualties of the Afghanistan War, and the incident generated a massive public response. The collection consists of news clippings; printouts of online news stories; TV news clips; scrapbooks of news clippings; messages of condolence received by PPCLI in the form of email messages, condolence books, letters, and sympathy cards; eulogies of the deceased soldiers; and the contents of an album of photographs and memorabilia from Marley Leger's visit to Bosnia.

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

Cecil Gilbert Schmitt fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 100
  • collection
  • 1917-1986

The fonds consists of Cecil Schmitt's war memoirs with a copy of a letter (1919) appended; prints of PPCLI photos (1914-1919); portraits of comrades Jack Shelters, Cpl HC Allen, Cpl RM Dobson, Pte Cox, D. Wilson, Jenson, LCpl Lappin, Fletcher, McMaster, McFarlane (1917-1918); PPCLI Christmas cards (1918, 1950s); maps; scrapbook about Jenny Macgregor Morris (1919-1957); correspondence from Jenny Macgregor Morris (1923-1960); song sheet, "Rik-a-Dam-Doo!" (ca. 1920s); brochure, "Units in the field, Canadian Corps, 1914-1919" (ca. 1920s); group portraits of Jenny Macgregor Morris meeting with PPCLI veterans and their wives in Saskatoon including Eddie Howes, Bill Trim, PN Pederson, AC Marsh, Cecil Schmitt, Alex Cuthbert, Bill Elder, Roy Melville, Dick Herbert, Tom Porter, Arthur Potts, Percy Klaehn, George Forrester, Bower Laidlaw, Mr. Ramsay Sr., Rupert Ramsey, Mrs. Potts, Mrs. Elder, Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Klaehn, Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Schmitt, Mrs. Cuthbert, Mrs. Laidlaw (1938); newsclipping, "Corresponding rank badges for officers in various branches of the British and Canadian service" (1950s); directory of PPCLI veterans in Saskatchewan (1970); PPCLI Association Saskatchewan Branch newsletter (1986); scrapbook mostly about PPCLI World War I experiences (1919-1940); The Illustrated London News, March 8, 1919, featuring Princess Patricia's wedding.

Schmitt, Cecil Gilbert

Howard Ferguson fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 116
  • collection
  • [ca. 1900-ca. 1970]

The fonds consists of one album which has virtually no inscriptions or captions but contains items known to be created or collected by Howard Ferguson. Includes a photograph, presumably of Ferguson in his senior years. Includes a group portrait of the P.P.C.L.I. Concert Party (W. James Cunningham, Jack Maclaren, Norman D. Clarke, T.J. Lilly, Fred Fenwick). Includes a card featuring a painting by Ferguson's friend Tom Pritchard. Includes many photos of formal and social events of the PPCLI Association in Ottawa, including visits of Lady Patricia Ramsay and Dorothy Gault, and parades on Parliament Hill and at the National Cenotaph. Includes a story and pictures of the silver bugle that was presented by the PPCLI to the Boy Scouts of Ottawa. Includes postcards of Monaco, France, and Belgium (ca. 1900-ca. 1920). Includes a self-published short story: Shelley Plain / G.R. Stevens ; J.W. McLaren.

Ferguson, Howard

Royal Australian Regiment collection

  • PPCLI Collection 118
  • Collection
  • 1982-2000

The collection consists of 29 photos of Royal Australian Regiment training (1982); the Regimental Standing Orders (1983-1984); Duty First, the magazine of the Royal Australian Regiment Association (1992-2000, scattered issues); Kapyong Kronicle, the annual magazine of the 3rd Battalion of the Regiment (1998, 2000); and The Ram, magazine of the 8th/9th Battalion of the Regiment (1988).

Royal Australian Regiment

PPCLI memorials photograph collection

  • PPCLI P15
  • Collection
  • 1915-2000

This collection consists of photographs of gravesites, cemeteries, cenotaphs, and memorial events where members of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry were commemorated.

Andrew Osland fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 120
  • collection
  • 1948-1962

The fonds consists of standing orders for Exercise Haines II (1948), a nominal roll of participants in Ex Haines II, standing orders for Exercise Cougar, a tactical exercise without troops (TEWT) (1957), correspondence regarding insurance for Andrew Osland's home (1959), a résumé of his qualifications as a boxing official (ca. 1960), and documents such as expense claims related to his role as liaison with the Canadian Rangers (1961-1962).

Osland, Andrew

Alec Herdy fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 115
  • collection
  • 1980-2013

The fonds consists of digital images of Alec Herdy's album relating to his 1980-1983 service in PPCLI (located in the Archives Main Computer, Born-Digital Records folder); a binder documenting course development of the Landmine Facilitator Training program of the Canadian Red Cross, Victoria, BC (ca. 2001-2002); notes on development of the education program at The Military Museums, Calgary, Alberta (2007); a poster produced as a tribute to Sgt William Niel Gow, a bugler with 2PPCLI; compilations of PPCLI wartime records produced for families of Sgt George C. Quartly, RSM "Jock" Anderson, Sir A.C. "Batty Mac" MacDonnell, L/Cpl C. Wynne and L/Cpl J.A. Wynne, and Pte L.E. Kramer (2010); and subject files consisting of photocopied articles, etc., on the Airborne Division during World War II, disbandment of the Canadian Airborne Regiment, the Devil's Brigade, Exercise Haines (1947), PPCLI in the Korean War, Korea maps, PPCLI dress, PPCLI history (to 1978), PPCLI in World War I, PPCLI in World War Ii, and Sanctuary Wood (compiled ca, 2009-ca. 2013)

Herdy, Alec

PPCLI colonels-in-chief photo collection

  • PPCLI P11
  • Collection
  • 1910-2017

This collection consists of images of the three individuals who have held the title of Colonel-in-Chief of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI). In the British Commonwealth military tradition, a regiment is theoretically headed by a colonel-in-chief, who is a member of the Royal Family or is otherwise a person of national prominence. Princess Patricia of Connaught, the namesake of PPCLI, was actually appointed Colonel-in-Chief on 22 February 1918. Upon her marriage to Captain Alexander Ramsay in February 1919 she relinquished the title of Princess and was subsequently addressed as Lady Patricia Ramsay. Upon her death in 1974, she was succeeded by her cousin Lady Patricia Brabourne. In 1979 she inherited her father’s estate and became Countess Mountbatten of Burma, but continued to be addressed informally as Lady Patricia. She retired as Colonel-in-Chief in 2007, and was succeeded by the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson.

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