Collection Collection 1 - PPCLI general collection

3 PPCLI War Diary Dec 1952 3 PPCLI War Diary Nov 1952 3 PPCLI War Diary Jan 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Feb 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Mar 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Apr 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary May 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Jun 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Aug 1953 3 PPCLI War Diary Sep 1953
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Zone du titre et de la mention de responsabilité

Titre propre

PPCLI general collection

Dénomination générale des documents

Titre parallèle

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Association textual records collection

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Notes du titre

Niveau de description

Collection

Cote

PPCLI Collection 1

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Mention d'échelle (cartographique)

Mention de projection (cartographique)

Mention des coordonnées (cartographiques)

Mention d'échelle (architecturale)

Juridiction responsable et dénomination (philatélique)

Zone des dates de production

Date(s)

  • 1894-2018 (predominant 1914-2018) (Production)
    Producteur
    Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Association

Zone de description matérielle

Description matérielle

31 m of textual records and other material.

Zone de la collection

Titre propre de la collection

Titres parallèles de la collection

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Mention de responsabilité relative à la collection

Numérotation à l'intérieur de la collection

Note sur la collection

Zone de la description archivistique

Nom du producteur

(1917-)

Histoire administrative

During World War I veterans of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) in Ottawa began to gather informally. The Patricia Club of Ottawa was formed 27 December 1917. Other Patricia Clubs were later formed in some of the larger Canadian cities. These clubs provided personal assistance to veterans and their families as well as other public services. Following the Second World War, on 18 May 1946, Hamilton Gault organized the first meeting of the PPCLI Association. On 13 September 1953, the PPCLI Association was incorporated and took over governance of the PPCLI Regimental Museum and Archives. In 1994 the assets and control of the Museum and Archives were returned to the Regiment. As of 2017, there were 10 Branches of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Association across Canada, each with its own Executive overseen by the National Executive.

Historique de la conservation

The basis of the PPCLI's archival collection was an accumulation of memorabilia and photographs collected in the Commanding Officer's office since 1919. Since its incorporation in 1953 the PPCLI Association has encouraged veterans and serving members to contribute their personal records, photographs and artefacts. Inactive records and regimental memorabilia sporadically arrived from the Regimental Depot which became Regimental Headquarters in 1969. Archival material was also collected from the Department of National Defence, the National Archives, and affiliated regiments and organizations. The collection was arranged and described in accordance with a classification system by the volunteers of the PPCLI Association. In 1994 ownership of the collection was legally transferred to the Regiment, as part of the Regimental Museum and Archives, and it became the foundation of the Archives collection. The attempt to arrange the Regiment's entire archival collection in terms of a classification system was abandoned around 1998. In 2014 the Regimental Archives initiated a system of arrangement by consecutively-numbered archival fonds and collections. The PPCLI Association textual records collection was then designated Collection 1.

Portée et contenu

The collection is classified into 38 series representing broad subjects, periods of regimental history, and units within the regiment. Many of the series are further divided into sub-series. Files are generally described to the item level. Many of the files contain material both "about" and "created by" the subject. The collection consists of correspondence, nominal rolls, ledgers, scrapbooks, war diaries, Part I and Part II Orders, maps, blueprints, annual reports, meeting minutes, newsletters, magazines, newspapers, clippings, programmes, posters, postcards, souvenirs, and personnel documents documenting regimental activities and achievements during war and peace times, and the service of individual members of the Regiment. Also included is biographical information on the Colonels-in-Chief, Colonels of the Regiment and other Regimental personalities. Some series include pamphlets and other ephemera related to military history, regimental traditions, the Regimental Colours, training policies and procedures, uniforms and equipment, allied regiments, the airborne role, the Regimental Band, mascots, and sports. Also featured are records of the Regimental Executive Committee, the 75th anniversary celebrations of the Regiment, the PPCLI Cadets, and the biennial Exercise Ric-A-Dam-Doo conference. Significant personal papers and collections of regimental leaders and personalities include those of Princess Patricia (Lady Patricia Ramsay), Lady Patricia Brabourne (Countess Mountbatten of Burma), Hamilton Gault, Cameron Ware, G.G. Brown, and W.B.S. Sutherland. Individual collections contained within the collection include those of W.E. Bastedo (who corresponded with many Great War veterans in the 1960s), BAJ Franklin, K.F. Bunyan, E.K. Fitzgerald, Hub Gray, Eleanor M. Rieger, John Milburn, Leslie A. White, and Stephen Trache. Significant personal papers within the collection include those of Agar Adamson, Leslie W. Basham, K.C. Burness, George S. Currie, James A. de Lalanne, Walter Draycot, Dorothy Gault, Victor F. Gianelli, Stanley Jones, F.J. Kendall, N.J. McFarlane, Hugh M. McKenzie, Jenny Macgregor Morris, Donald Munro, Hugh W. Niven, D.F. Parrott, John Louis A. Robertson, and Peter Worthington. Generally, documentation of activities more recent than 1994 has been reassigned to other fonds and collections at the PPCLI archives, but some more recent records that document earlier activities continue to be added to the collection.

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État de conservation

Source immédiate d'acquisition

The collection was transferred from the PPCLI Association to the PPCLI Regimental Museum and Archives in 1994. Accruals have been added from various sources.

Classement

Langue des documents

Écriture des documents

Localisation des originaux

Disponibilité d'autres formats

Restrictions d'accès

Access to materials containing Social Insurance Numbers and other personal information is restricted. See inventory for details.

Délais d'utilisation, de reproduction et de publication

Instruments de recherche

An inventory is available at https://ppcli.com/ppcli-museum-description/ppcli-fonds/ . Click "Collection 1".

Éléments associés

The Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Association fonds consists of records of the PPCLI Association and is located at Fonds 10 in the PPCLI Archives. Photographs, maps, mechanical drawings, sound recordings, moving images, books, pamphlets, military manuals, and born-digital records are filed in separate locations. Consult archivist for details.

Éléments associés

Accroissements

Further accruals are expected.

Note générale

Record No. 94.100

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Numéro normalisé

Mots-clés

Mots-clés - Sujets

Mots-clés - Lieux

Mots-clés - Genre

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Identifiant de la description du document

Identifiant du service d'archives

ppcli

Règles ou conventions

Statut

Finale

Niveau de détail

Dates de production, de révision et de suppression

Langue de la description

  • anglais

Langage d'écriture de la description

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