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"G" Company Sixth Regiment, Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles. Field Day. April 23, 1904.

Item is a photograph showing "G" Company Sixth Regiment. Top row (L-R): R.J. Bond, W. Baxter, W.R.H. Prescott, A.B. Cather, C. Prowse, W.J.S. Walker, W. Boulton, J. DeGraves, J.H. Watson, O. Morling, A.E. Austin (Corporal). Middle row: C.B. Worsnop (Captain), A. Austin, J. Mayhood, L. Hornett, H.W. Turner, A.C. Forrest, J.W. Wright, R.F. Gibson, C.E. Netherby, J.S. Matthews (Corporal), G.W. Melhuish (Color Sergeant). Bottom row: W.J. Wells, P. Smith, W.G. Shearer, F.D. Brae, W.A. DeGraves, F.J. Shearer.

Chief Justice Sherwood Lett, reading a citation to Field Marshal Montgomery

Item is a photograph of University of British Columbia Chancellor Sherwood Lett (left) reading a citation to Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (right) with U.B.C. president Norman MacKenzie (centre) looking on. The photograph was taken at the occasion of a special University of British Columbia spring congregation at which Field Marshal Montgomery was awarded a degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa).

U.B.C. President Mackenzie and Field Marshal Montgomery in uniform

Item is a photograph of University of British Columbia U.B.C. President Norman MacKenzie (left), in military uniform, standing next to Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (right), also in military uniform, at U.B.C. The photograph was taken at the occasion of a special University of British Columbia spring congregation at which Field Marshal Montgomery was awarded a degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa).

Barossa Day dinner, toast at head table

Item is a photograph of an unidentified man at the head table making a toast at the annual Barossa Day full dress dinner held at the Vancouver Hotel by the Irish Fusiliers of Canada, Vancouver Regiment. The Hon. Frank Ross, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia is visible at far left.

Barossa Day dinner, Sherwood Lett holding Barossa Cup

Item is a photograph of British Columbia Supreme Court Chief Justice Sherwood Lett (standing, left) holding the Barossa cup at the annual Barossa Day full dress dinner held at the Vancouver Hotel by the Irish Fusiliers of Canada, Vancouver Regiment. The Honourable Clarence Wallace stands next to him (standing, right).

Barossa Day dinner, head table guests

Item is a photograph of the men at the head table at the annual Barossa Day full dress dinner held at the Vancouver Hotel by the Irish Fusiliers of Canada, Vancouver Regiment. The seated individuals are (from left to right): Senator Stanley Stewart McKeen, The Hon. Frank Ross, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, and an unidentified Colonel of Vancouver Irish Fusiliers

Barossa Day dinner, guests conversing

Item is a photograph of The Hon. Frank Ross, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (right) in conversation with two unidentified men at the annual Barossa Day full dress dinner held at the Vancouver Hotel by the Irish Fusiliers of Canada, Vancouver Regiment.

Group portrait of First World War officers

Item is a group photograph of officers during the first World War. Individuals pictured include (left to right): (front row) W. E. (Sandy) Simonds, Bob Brown, Sherwood Lett, Rick Gyles, J. S. (Jock) Rankin, Lt. Col. H. Snell, W. W. (Bill) Kennedy, R. M. Crowe, J. C. (Jack) Jones, (back row) Padre Buck, O. W. (Oscar) Goulden, W. L. (Bill) Rennie, Ernie Howitt, Phil Barter, J. F. (Jimmy) Brunton, E. M. (Johnny) Johnston, Dr. Bailey, G. H. (Joe) Martin.

Officer group photo at Brigade Headquarters in an English country house

Item is a group photograph of a group of officers at a Brigade Headquarters in an English country house. The individuals in the photograph are (left to right): (top row) Capt. Eric Housley (R.C.A.S.C Officer), Lieutenant G. Stevens (I.O.), Lieutenant D. F. Matthews (L.O.), Lieutenant Ingram (Def. Pl. Officer), Lieutenant Ferguson (L.O.), Lieutenant Jim Hart (L.O.), Captain Chas Herbert, Lieutenant Mackay (L.A.D. Officer), (bottom row) Captain D. A. McDonald (T.O.), Major D. F. Spankie, Major Sherwood Lett (BM), Brigadier D. R. Sargent, Captain Ben Cunningham (Staff Captain), Captain J. S. Adam (L.O.), Captain J. C. Keohan (Sr. Chaplain, R.C.).

Officer group photo at Brigade Headquarters in an English country house

Item is a group photograph of a group of officers at a Brigade Headquarters in an English country house. The individuals in the photograph are (left to right): (top row) Capt. Eric Housley (R.C.A.S.C Officer), Lieutenant G. Stevens (I.O.), Lieutenant D. F. Matthews (L.O.), Lieutenant Ingram (Def. Pl. Officer), Lieutenant Ferguson (L.O.), Lieutenant Jim Hart (L.O.), Captain Chas Herbert, Lieutenant Mackay (L.A.D. Officer), (bottom row) Captain D. A. McDonald (T.O.), Major D. F. Spankie, Major Sherwood Lett (BM), Brigadier D. R. Sargent, Captain Ben Cunningham (Staff Captain), Captain J. S. Adam (L.O.), Captain J. C. Keohan (Sr. Chaplain, R.C.).

Officer group photo at Brigade Headquarters in an English country house

Item is a group photograph of a group of officers at a Brigade Headquarters in an English country house. The individuals in the photograph are (left to right): (top row) Capt. Eric Housley (R.C.A.S.C Officer), Lieutenant G. Stevens (I.O.), Lieutenant D. F. Matthews (L.O.), Lieutenant Ingram (Def. Pl. Officer), Lieutenant Ferguson (L.O.), Lieutenant Jim Hart (L.O.), Captain Chas Herbert, Lieutenant Mackay (L.A.D. Officer), (bottom row) Captain D. A. McDonald (T.O.), Major D. F. Spankie, Major Sherwood Lett (BM), Brigadier D. R. Sargent, Captain Ben Cunningham (Staff Captain), Captain J. S. Adam (L.O.), Captain J. C. Keohan (Sr. Chaplain, R.C.).

Assault Troops Embarking

Item is a photograph of an oil sketch by Canadian war artist Lieutenant (later Captain) George D. Pepper. The scene is of troops of the Royal Highlanders of Canada (The Black Watch) embarking on storm boats at Burton-upon-Strather, North Lincolnshire, England. The photographs were sent to Brigadier Sherwood Lett from England to his Vancouver address in September 1944.

Lowering Anti-Tank guns into Storm Boats

Item is a photograph of an oil painting by Canadian war artist Lieutenant (later Captain) George D. Pepper. The scene is of troops of the Royal Highlanders of Canada (The Black Watch) lowering six PDR anti-tank guns into storm boats at Burton-upon-Strather, North Lincolnshire, England. The photographs were sent to Brigadier Sherwood Lett from England to his Vancouver address in September 1944.

Night Exercise

Item is a photograph of an oil painting by Canadian war artist Lieutenant (later Captain) George D. Pepper. The scene is of troops of the Royal Highlanders of Canada (The Black Watch) engaging in exercises at Burton-upon-Strather, North Lincolnshire, England. The photographs were sent to Brigadier Sherwood Lett from England to his Vancouver address in September 1944.

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