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Liscombe, Francis Gerald
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The Armories, Halifax

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Item is a photographic postcard showing the Halifax Armories during the First World War. It was sent by a soldier to Gerald Liscombe from Halifax on November 21, 1914.

  • 77-1540-1674
  • Liscombe Genealogy

    File contains the following documents: a poem titled "Who Killed cock Robin" from the Westminister Gazette; "The War Graves of the British Empire: "The War Graves of the British Empire: The South-East Belgium Group of Cemeterie...

  • MG 12.59.1
  • Liscombe Diaries

    File contains the diaries of Ella Liscombe (with typed transcriptions), Gerald Liscombe and Olive Liscombe, The diaries feature information about life in Sydney during World War 1.

  • MG 12.59.3
  • Liscombe Correspondence

    File contains a selection of Liscombe family correspondence, mainly that of Olive and Susan to and from Gerald during his time spent overseas in World War 1.

  • MG 12.59.2
  • Liscombe Cards

    File contains a sympathy card on behalf of the Prime Minister and members of the Government of Canada for the loss of Gerald Liscombe, and a Christmas card, dated 1901, that was given to Gerald Liscombe from his teacher J.E. Campbell.

  • MG 12.59.11
  • Liscombe Artifacts

    File contains artifacts that were once owned by Gerald Liscombe. The file contains a War medal and a small pouch containing Belgian coins.

  • MG 12.59.12
  • Letter to Susan Liscombe from "Bob"

    Item is a letter to Susan Liscombe signed "Bob," which was written in France. In the letter, the author thanks Mrs. Liscombe for mailing him some newspapers, talks about injuries and deaths among members of the 40th that he met in Englan...

  • MG 12.59.2.6
  • Letter to Susan Liscombe from "B."

    Item is a letter to Susan Liscombe signed "B," which was written in France. In the letter, the author describes a three-hour artillery attack on December 20, mail delays on the front, and Gerald's first aid skills and current situation i...

  • MG 12.59.2.5
  • Letter to Gerald Liscombe from "Bob"

    Item is a letter to Gerald Liscombe from Bob, which was written in France. In the letter, the author notes that he was wounded, describes the capture of German trenches, and communicates the fear and uncertainty that comes from life in the trenches.

  • MG 12.59.2.7
  • Letter to Gerald Liscombe

    Item is an unsigned letter to Gerald Liscombe. It is potentially from Rebecca Emily Liscombe, as it discusses all other immediate family members.

  • MG 12.59.2.10
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