Photocopies of two articles published in 'The Canadian' publication of the Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf concerning the appropriation of the school by the Commonwealth Air Training Programme in 1941.
Digital copy of a photograph of Henry Thompson, member of the 49th (Belleville) Regiment during the Fenian raids of 1866. His entry in the Canada General Service Medal Register, 1866-1870 (RG 9, II, A 5 Vol. 4 at Library and Archives Canada) is available online at http://central.bac-lac.gc.ca/.item/?op=pdf&id=e008681734
Information provided by donor about this individual: Born 1 May 1835 In Wexford Ireland Arrived in Canada 1851 First daughter born Aug 1862 Served in military June 1866 Fenian Raids Found on the 1871 Census in Thurlow First wife Ann Casey died 1 Feb 1875 Married Mary Frances O'Conner 16 May 1876 in Belleville Found on the 1881 census in Thurlow Found on the 1891 census in York West, Found on the 1901 census in Toronto Juction Found on the 1911 census in York South Died 6 March 1914 at home 2119 Dundas Ave (St) W
Panoramic group photograph. Names supplied: Front row Corporal C. V. Wakely Corporal A. Heatley Corporal H. Paterson Sergeant R. J. Stevenson Acting Sergeant G. F. Low 2nd Lieutenant W. J. Scott 2nd Lieutenant R. Hamilton Lieutenant F. D. Williams Lieutenant S. J. Lee Captain W. H. Marnell Captain M. A. Seymour Major J. Rubie Brigadier General C. G. Hoare, C.M.G. Lieutenant Colonel F. R. G. Hoare Lieutenant Colonel A. K. Tylee Major J. Inwood Lieutenant G. J. Blackmore Captain J. W. Langmuir Captain B. F. Bainsmith Captain F. H. Hawksford Sergeant Major W. Manners Flight Sergeant C. A. Hepworth Flight Sergeant F. V. Tree Flight Sergeant H. H. Atkinson Sergeant F. A. Cassore
Second row Mrs Russell Miss Carmen Miss Hennessy Mrs Cody Miss Newbury Mrs Ratcliffe Miss Russell Miss White Miss West Miss Padbury Miss Wilson Miss Major Miss Bullock Miss Pugh Miss Martin Miss McEachern Miss O'Biren Miss O'Loane Miss Harper Miss Humphrey Miss O'Brien Miss McInnes Miss Hogan Miss Melville Miss Steele Miss Dwyer Mrs Weiss Corporal H. G. Wade
Back row 2nd Airman A. Dowell 2nd Airman C. T. Boughner 2nd Airman W. B. Cole 2nd Airman T. A. H. Morrow 2nd Airman L. Landymore 2nd Airman F. Aldridge 2nd Private G. T. Beatty 3rd Airman S. T. Walton 2nd Airman F. C. Baker 2nd Airman R. J. Derry 1st Airman R. Turner 1st Airman J. D. Brown 2nd Airman R. B. Abell 2nd Airman N. Stonehouse 2nd Airman M. D. Fauman 3rd Airman F. O. Basing 2nd Private G. Worrall 3rd Airman Stebbing 2nd Private H. J. McKenzie 2nd Airman J. Kingston 2nd Airman P. W. G. Willey 2nd Private A. Beecher 2nd Private R. J. Luton 2nd Airman M. H. McLean 2nd Private W. J. Lakeman 3rd Airman J. A. McEachon 1st Airman J. Preston Corporal C. W. McPherson
Poster with photographs of 11 men from the Ontario School for the Deaf who served in the First and Second World Wars. The men are: Howard Joshua Lloyd, Thomas Edgar Noble, Henry Lloyd Ingram, William Stanley Nurse, Malcolm Wesley Parks, Thomas Alfred Pratt (First World War) and John Wesley Hodgson, Leaworthy Ellis Morrison, James Addison Rickaby, Andrew Carson Stratton, Robert Harold Vaughan (Second World War).