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Bessie refused Harry’s proposal, and though it was difficult for him to maintain his composure, he continued to write her, speaking of their common experiences and friends.
“Remember the Lusitania. Enlist today”, United Kingdom, lithograph on wove paper. Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1983-28-1323.
University of Saskatchewan Archives & Special Collections, MG 289 - Brock Silversides fonds, series 8.4, "Men of the 15th Platoon, 65th Battalion CEF"
‘Canadian Pacific Steamship Lines, RMS Empress of Britain & Empress of Ireland”, c1906, postcard.
“72nd Bn. Returning to camp after a route march. May 1918.” Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada.
“Views of the YMCA at Bramshott Camp, 1914-1919.” Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada.
“British infantry entraining at Le Harve for the journey towards the front line, March 1915.”, Courtesy IWM, (IWM Q 60501).
Paul Nash, “Wire”, mixed media on paper, 1918-1919.Courtesy IWM (Art.IWM ART 2705)
Ruben Jukes [Juksch],“Scout patrol 20th Battalion. Mericourt Front France 1917.”, watercolour on paper, 1917. Collections CCGW/CCGG 2013.12.06.01
‘’Battle of Vimy Ridge 1917. Canadians advancing – German prisoners carrying out the wounded.” Alfred Soden English Fonds, Collections CCGW/CCGG.
[Harry White] Norman Lang, 65th Overseas Battalion (Saskatoon Daily Star Job Dept. .1916), 12 Rare D 547 C2 65th, Hartland Molson Library, Canadian War Museum