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Magazine article on Stewart Millen Bonter

  • CA ON00156 2018-131
  • Item
  • c.2018

Article about the discovery of the Halifax bomber aircraft 'Moonlight Mermaid' which crashed in Germany in March 1945, killing three of its crew, including Stewart Millen Bonter of Marmora, Ontario.

Digital photographs of Royal Air Force graves and memorials in Deseronto cemetery

  • CA ON00156 DA 2015.02
  • File
  • 2014-2015

Photographs:

  1. Memorial to RAF men who died in Canada
  2. Grave of Cadet John Robson
  3. Grave of Private Frederick W. Grand
  4. Grave of 1st Air Mechanic George Marshall
  5. Grave of Sergeant John Holland
  6. Grave of Lieutenant Colin G. Coleridge
  7. Grave of Lieutenant C. J. Humphreys
  8. Grave of Cadet Carl A. Bender (taken in April 2015)

Hill, Amanda

Poster commemorating Ontario School for the Deaf veterans

  • CA ON00156 2013-19/3
  • Item
  • 2010

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).

Fano, Donna

Display panels on Royal Flying Corps

  • CA ON00156 DA 2012.08
  • File
  • 2009

Five display panels relating to the activities of the Royal Flying Corps in the Deseronto, Ontario, area during the First World War.

Hunt, C. W. (Claude William)

Spies-shot

Notes and newspaper articles on WWl German spies in relation to aviation camps.

G. & J. Brown Mfg. Co.; Brown's Carriage Factory

The file contains notes compiled by M.J. Throop; including notes on George A. Brown died 27 December 1893; George H. Brown died 1 April 1894; Brown's Foundry; G. and J. Manufacturing Co.; Lt. Col. James Brown, mayor of Belleville 1862-1863, head of the G. and J. Brown Agricultural Implements Manufacturing Company; Office Commanding 49th Battalion, Hastings Rifles.

Bill Sharpe collection

  • CA ON00156 DA 2011.24
  • Collection
  • c.2000-2010

Audio recordings of Bill Sharpe's recollections of the Second World War, made for the sound archive of the Imperial War Museum in London, England. The photographs show Bill Sharpe meeting Queen Elizabeth II at Canada House in London.

Sharpe, William Clarence

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