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Sherwood and Evelyn Lett family fonds
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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...

Military papers

Series consists of correspondence, official papers, and military reports and news clippings relating to Lett's participation in the two World Wars. Series covers Lett's service in various military units and, major military operations inc...

Miscellaneous clippings

File contains news clippings relating to a wide range of Lett's personal, official and military affairs. These affairs include Lett's marriage, education, military services in the two World Wars, participation in Canadian and Internation...

Miscellaneous matters

File contains various records relating to a wide range of Lett's military activities including Lett's injury report in 1942, tax return, and various rewards and honours gained by Lett. File also includes texts of speeches written by Lett...

New clippings from Japan and Hong Kong

File contains news clipping from the English newspaper published in Hong Kong and Japan including the South China Morning Post, Hong Kong; Pacific stars and Stripes, Japan; and Nippon Times, Japan. News clippings relate to the Canadian Mission to ...

News clippings

Series consists of news clippings gathered by Lett relating to his personal and official activities; and his major achievements in military, educational and legal services.

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 Lincolnshi...

Notebook

File consists of an Army correspondence notebook inscribed by "Capt. Sherwood Lett, 46th Battalion"; includes a diary entry and short essays on various topics.

Personal correspondence

File contains correspondence sent or received by Lett's office of the Chief Justice of B.C. Court of Appeal. Correspondence are mainly related to Lett's official affairs. Some of the correspondence mentions Lett's health condition.

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