Series 1 - Historical records

[Scrapbook - Vol. 1] [Scrapbook - Vol. 2]

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Historical records

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  • Multiple media

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CA MUA MG 4006-1

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  • 1914-1962 (Creation)

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51.84 cm of textual records and other materials.

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The historical records are contained predominantly in a series of scrapbooks: one containing news clippings between 1914-1915, another containing a poster, circulated letters, leaflets, and newspaper clippings covering 1916-1917, and the last containing newspaper clippings of local and national scope covering 1941 (33 cm total). There are also loose clippings from The Standard: Illustrated Section (1916), The Montrealer (1951), Montreal Herald (1950), Montreal Gazette (1950), and Montreal Star (1950) (total 0.03 cm). Other than newspaper records, the historical value of this series is reflected by a Holy Bible (with accompanying note on explaining the significance of the religious text to the 148th battalion, 1914, 3.5 cm), periodicals (1915,1 cm), bound “historical records” (10 cm), speeches (1920, 0.1 cm), stationery (n.d., 4 cm), photographic images (n.d.) belonging to the C.O.T.C. and a souvenir book (1918, 0.2 cm) published for the families of officers of the 148th Battalion – and the men themselves – as a memento of the days they spent training in Montreal.

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