"Major Pringle's Letter to his People"
Item is a letter from Major John Pringle, which was published in an unidentified newspaper. In the article, Pringle describes his work overseas, as well as the death of his son.
"Officers Killed: Canadians and Anglo-Canadians"
Item is an article titled "Officers Killed: Canadians and Anglo-Canadians" that lists officers who were killed from the outbreak of the war until the date of publication, October 14, 1916.
"Tells Simple Story of Life at the Front"
Item is a newspaper clipping titled "Tells Simple Story of Life at Front," which summarizes a speech given by Major John Pringle concerning the Allies chances at victory.
File contains two copies of a Christmas Card from John Pringle to the members of St. Andrew's Church, created while he was serving in World War 1.
File contains various newspaper clippings concerning John Pringle and his involvement in World War 1.
File contains correspondence written by John Pringle during World War 1, including letters to his congregation and a letter addressed to N.C. Lunan.
Lieutenant John Pringle, Prayer Card
Item is a prayer card with an accompanying poem for Lieut. John Pringle, son of Rev. John Pringle, who was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on September 9, 1916.
File contains a photograph of John Pringle in uniform.
Rev. John Pringle fonds
Fonds consists of textual records and photographs related to Rev. John Pringle, including Christmas cards, wartime photographs, correspondence, and newspaper clippings.