Military Personnel

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3rd Canadian Command Depot Orderly Room staff

Description on verso reads, "Segt. A.B. Meyer (Crimes Sergeant) is 1st sergt. Sitting down on left of photo (facing photo, left). A jolly nice chap too! Serg. G.F. Anderson (Passes Sergeant) is 2nd man from right, sitting down (facing photo, right). Another friend of mine. Both of them are 'A1' chaps."

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Armory

View of the Beatty Street Drill Hall located on Beatty Street in Vancouver with Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles on parade.

Timms, Philip Thomas

Embarking

View of crowds gathered along a pier. Men in navy personnel uniforms can be seen in boats. Photograph was possibly taken during the visit of the H.M.S. Repulse in Vancouver.

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[H.R.H. Duke of Connaught's royal procession, Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C.]

Image shows a squad of the B.C. Light Horse regiment acting as body guards in the royal procession of the Duke of Connaught. The image also shows the Duke's carriage passing under the Japanese arch, which was erected on Hastings Street for the procession.

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L.E. Glenn, C.C.F. (Windsor)

Image of a woman in military uniform standing at the site commemorating the surrender of German military forces to Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. Title of the album page is "Germany".

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Mary Wilson, R.C.A.F, Toronto

Image of a woman in a Royal Canadian Air Force uniform standing at the site commemorating the surrender of German military forces to Bernard Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. Title of the album page is "Germany".

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[Military parade heading south on Granville Street]

A parade of various British military forces (note the band in kilts in the centre of the photo) marching south on Granville Street. A banner says "Native Sons of Canada Welcome You." The old Post Office is visible in the upper right corner. This photo possibly dates to World War 1 or shortly thereafter.

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