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File F27 - 29th Vancouver Battalion regimental brass band and performers album

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29th Vancouver Battalion regimental brass band and performers album

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  • Photograph

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AM1376-F27

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  • [between 1914 and 1918] (Creation)

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1 album : 47 photographs

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File is an album showing portrait images of members of the 29th Vancouver Battalion entertainment performers in uniform, identified as: Capt Edmund A. Burke, * ; Sgt. May [Chapham?], comedian ; Leslie Benson, impersonator ; Jack Hogan, comedian ; Harry [Ashton?], impersonator ; John [Banall], stage manager lead ; Alex McKee, comedian ; Ben Charlton, box office ; Bill Marr, bass ; Harold Watts, props, tenor, impersonator ; Geo. [George] Curtis, tenor ; Vic Hagan, tenor ; Dick Tinney, bass, piano ; Ben Skinner, tenor ; [unidentified], baritone ; Geo. [George] Stewart, carpenter etc. ; [unidentified], tailor etc. ; Frenchy, cook ; W. H. [Hoole?], conductor ; Bill [Ericsson?], 1st violin ; Van Velzen, 1st violin ; Murray, 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Robson, 1st violin ; Cahill, 1st violin ; S. Simpkin, 2nd violin ; Tim [Saller], 2nd violin ; [Geo. Harley?], 1st violin ; Geo. [George] Johnson, 2nd violin ; Alex Joss, 2nd violin ; [Schnick?], cello ; [unidentified], centre bass ; Coram, centre bass ; Cooling, oboe ; Bucks Hoster, flute ; Tucker, flute ; Wallace, clarionette [clarinet] ; [?] Read, clarionette [clarinet] ; [unidentified], bassoon ; Dick Paradise, bassoon ; A. Somerset, cornet ; Hall, cornet ; Watson, French horn ; Art Stanford, French horn ; Charlie Williams, trombone, [T-?] Taylor, drums; and two other unidentified men.

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Inscriptions are written in white coloured pencil and some pencil which is less visible.

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Folder formerly located at 175-A-08 fld 01.

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  • Box: 175-A-07 fld 05