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War Wasp
Pièce · 1917
Item is a photographic postcard of the "War Wasp," launched at Trenton, Pictou County, at 1pm Monday, 9 July, 1917. 78-96-1846
Sydney Harbour, WWI
Pièce · ca. 1914
Item is a composite photograph of the first convoy during World War 1 in Sydney Harbour, taken by Dodge Photo. More than 20 ships are visible in addition to buildings along the shore. 77-1376-1510
Naval Convoy in Plymouth, England
Pièce · 1914
Item is a photograph of a naval convoy moving along the coast near Plymouth, England during World War 1. Taken on October 14, 1914, the ink description on the photo reads "The largest fleet of liners to cross the Atlantic at one time (32 in number) with 33,000 Canadian troops on board". 82-527-7227
James MacMillan, Sydney
Pièce · 1914-1918
Item is a photograph of James MacMillan in full uniform with rifle during World War 1. MacMillan was killed in the war. The photo was taken by C.H. Woodill in Sydney, likely prior to MacMillan's departure. 89-460-18655
Lt. John Pringle
Pièce · ca. 1917
Item is a photograph of Lt. (also Rev.) John Pringle in uniform sitting in the trenches during the First World War. He is surrounded by various personal effects including a rifle and coat. He is identified in a typed caption at the top of the photograph. 78-1150-2900
War Wasp
Pièce · 1917
Item is a photographic postcard of the "War Wasp," launched at Trenton, Pictou County, at 1pm Monday, 9 July, 1917. Crew members on deck and another vessel in the background are visible. A handwritten caption reads: "View From Upper Deck Of The 'War Wasp' July 6, 1917 Trenton, Pic. Co. Nova Scotia, Whitman Photo" 78-97-1847
Matron-in-Chief, M.C. MacDonald, R.R.C.
Pièce · 1918
Item is a photograph of Matron-in-Chief M.C. MacDonald, head of the Canadian Overseas Nurses during the First World War. This photograph was taken in England. 77-576-710
Boat Builders, Beinn Bhreagh
Pièce · 1918
Item is a photograph of female boat builders, taken by Charles Martin of the National Geographic Society. Four women work indoors on a lifeboat in the foreground, while two others work on another boat in the background. These lifeboats were built at Beinn Bhreagh, Baddeck under the supervision of Alexander Graham Bell during the First World War. 77-86-220
Boat Builders, Beinn Bhreagh
Pièce · 1918
Item is a photograph of female boatbuilders, taken by Charles Martin of the National Geographic Society. Thirteen boatbuilders pose with lifeboats built at Beinn Bhreagh, Baddeck under the supervision of Alexander Graham Bell. Those pictured are identified on the reverse of the photograph. 77-85-219
Frances Dodd
Pièce
Item is a photograph of Frances Dodd (Ridgway), a member of Queen Alexandra's Nursing Reserve from 1914-1918. 77-686-820