Item - 16(1) - 4 (1.1-1.4) Two Years With The Princess Patricia's 1914-1916 being The Letters of Major Stanley L. Jones, KC 1

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16(1) - 4 (1.1-1.4) Two Years With The Princess Patricia's 1914-1916 being The Letters of Major Stanley L. Jones, KC 1

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edited and annotated by his wife Lucile Ross Jones

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  • Letters written 1914 - 1916. Manuscript written 1935 (Creation) (Creation)
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    Stanley Jones, Lucille Jones

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40 cm of textual records.

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Originally drafted as letters between Stanley and Lucille Jones, the letters were held by Lucille Jones after Stanley's death in 1916. Lucille drafted the manuscript around 1935, and it passed to Clifford Jones, Stanley's brother. From there it went to Clifford's wife, and then from her estate to her son Jim Cannon. Mr. Cannon donated the manuscript to the PPCLI Museum in 1995.

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This manuscript covers the period of Stanley Jones' enlistment with PPCLI in 1914 until his capture and subsequent death in 1916. The manuscript is a collection of letters exchanged between Stanley Jones and his wife Lucille Jones. The letters discuss regimental operations and various individuals in the Regiment.

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