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  • The Band Family Tree 

    Band, J.T.; Fischer, P. (2002)
    The Band Family Tree prepared by J.T. Band and P. Fischer.
  • Canadian Base Depot Camp Magazine 

    Unknown author (1916-10)
    Canadian Base Depot Camp Magazine, volume 2, October 1916, European War 1914, 1915, 1916. It includes Battalion Orders, A Soldier's Prayer, Diary of Visits of Distinguished Personages, A Glad Home-Coming, Jock's Miraculous ...
  • Canadian Expeditionary Force Certificate of Service 

    Unknown author (1919-11-12)
    Canadian Expeditionary Force Certificate of Service for Captain Percy Carruthers Band, M.C. and Two Bars, Croix De Guerre. It states that he enlisted in The 35th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force on January 9, 1915 ...
  • Captain Percy Carruthers Band - Military Cross and Two Bars, French Croix de Guerre with Palm 

    Higgins, Douglas (1961)
    Booklet regarding Captain Percy Carruthers Band’s Military Cross and Two Bars and French Croix de Guerre with Palm. One of these booklets belonged to Margaret Elizabeth Woodruff Taylor. This one contains the most information ...
  • Certificate from Bellevue Hospital for W.K. Cleveland 

    Unknown author (1862-03-03)
    A certificate from Bellevue Hospital in New York City to "certify that W.K. Cleveland, M.D., has attended the practice of the medical and surgical ward of Bellevue Hospital for the term of two years."
  • Certificate of Military Qualification 

    Unknown author (1914-12)
    A Canadian Certificate of Military Qualification for Lieutenant P.C. Band of the 48th Regiment in the year 1914.
  • College of Physicians and Surgeons Certificate - W.K. Cleveland 

    College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (1873-08-23)
    Certificate from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario that William Knapp Cleveland "has complied with the requirements of the Ontario Medical Act" and is duly registered as a member of the College of Physicians ...
  • Coloured print of John Band 

    Unknown author (1822)
    A coloured print of John Band in Fifeshire, in 1822. This is supposedly a picture of him before being exiled to Canada for acquiring his forge by questionable means.
  • Framed family coat of arms 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    Framed family coat of arms – The side with the eagles and a chevron containing 3 cinquefoils represents the Irish Shaw clan [Thomas Shaw – father of Jessie Shaw Band was from Wexford, Ireland]. The other side which has ...
  • Indenture between Hamilton Killaly Woodruff and the United States Trust Fund Company of New York 

    Unknown author (1927-05-05)
    Indenture between Hamilton Killaly Woodruff and the United States Trust Fund Company of New York to set up a trust fund for his daughter, Margaret Julia Woodruff, May 5, 1927.
  • Letter to Margaret Woodruff from her Grandmother [Julia Cleveland] 

    Cleveland, Julia (1897-04-27)
    A letter wishing Margaret Woodruff a happy first birthday from her Grandmother. The letter discusses how sweet Margaret is as a baby and looking forward to a visit in May.
  • Letter accompanied by Sketches 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A brief note addressed "Dear Marg" discusses sketches by D. Hoyt. The noted is accompanied by the unknown author's own sketches of mice.
  • Letter from Captain P.C. Band to Margaret Woodruff 

    Band, Percy (1917-06-08)
    The letter discusses the loss of a friend "Walter" who was struck in the head with a shell "as he was leaving the trench...". He also mentions that he may be moving on to Paris or London and that he is homesick for Canada.
  • Letter from Margaret Woodruff to her Grandfather [W.K. Cleveland] 

    Woodruff, Margaret (n.d.)
    A letter from Margaret Woodruff to her Grandfather. In the letter she discusses playing baseball in the park and her dog called Eddy.
  • Letter from Percy Band to his Father 

    Band, Percy (1918-11-19)
    A letter from Percy Band to his Father, discussing his time back in Belgium. He is staying in a farm house and describes the "civilian population" as "more than kind, in fact would give you all they have got, if you would ...
  • Letter Percy Band to his Father 

    Band, Percy (1918-08-15)
    A letter from Percy Band to his father with three 2 Mark German notes. The letter reads: "My dear Father hard at it once again, so very little time for letter writing Am enclosing, some money which I got from the odd ...
  • Letter Percy Band to Margaret Woodruff 

    Band, Percy (1918-11-20)
    Letter from Percy Band in Belgium to Margaret Woodruff. The letter begins "My dear Marg, Great time, with so much talk of peace in the air."
  • Letter to Charles Band from Colonel McLaughlin 

    McLaughlin, Colonel (1919-02-15)
    A letter to Charles Band from Colonel McLaughlin. It reads "My Dear Mr. Band, I must thank you for the Greetings and Good Wishes from Mrs Band and yourself. I was very pleased to receive your letter and appreciate it ...
  • Letter to Charles W. Band from the members of the Flour and Grain Section of the Board of Trade of the City of Toronto 

    Unknown author (1914)
    Letter to Charles W. Band from the members of the Flour and Grain Section of the Board of Trade of the City of Toronto regarding the closure of Messrs. James Carruthers and Company Ltd. office in Toronto necessitating ...
  • Letter to Margaret Woodruff from Percy Band 

    Band, Percy (1913-07-20)
    Percy begins by saying he has tried to start the letter several times. He mentions a ride through Oakville and his Father.