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  • 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.
  • 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."
  • Passport for John Band (a miller) of Thorold 

    Unknown author (1865-02-28)
    A passport page certifying that John Band (a miller) of Thorold is a British subject living in Canada. This page is for a journey to the United States. The page was signed by John Band; Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount ...
  • 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 ...
  • Photograph - Shaw Family 

    Unknown author (1882)
    The Shaw family of St. Catharines, Ontario: Thomas Shaw (1817 - 1884), Margaret Boles (1834 - 1916), Maude m. Henderson (1853 - 1930), George (1856 - 1921), Alexander (1858 - 1921), Thomas (1860 - ?), Albert (1862 - 1921), ...
  • Photograph - Percy Carruthers Band with Parents 

    Unknown author (1896-01-25)
    A photograph of Percy Carruthers Band with his parents on a horse carriage in Winter. The reverse of the photo reads "Queen's Park Toronoto, Ont.o. Jany 25th 1896.
  • 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.
  • Will of Henry Pellatt 

    Unknown author (1905)
    A certified copy of the Will of Henry Pellatt received by Joseph Tait, Registrar, 1905.
  • Postcard 

    Unknown author (1913-03)
    A small postcard with Woodruff family crest, addressed to Miss Margaret Woodruff. The reverse is a picture of a young man in military attire placed beside a cut out of a duck in military attire too. The cartoon caption ...
  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • World War I Trench Helmet which belonged to Percy Carruthers Band 

    Unknown author (1914)
    A World War I trench helmet which belonged to Percy Carruthers Band during his time in the 2nd Canadian Infantry Battalion. The helmet has the Battalion colours emblazoned on it. It has a few slight chips in it, but is ...
  • Two 2nd Battalion badges (cap badge and collar badge) and 6 uniform buttons 

    Unknown author (1914)
    Two 2nd Battalion badges (cap badge and collar badge) and 6 uniform buttons (2 small, 2 medium and 2 large). The badges are inscribed with “2 Battalion Semper Paratus” [always ready]. The buttons are engraved with “East ...
  • Photograph - Camp Niagara 1914 

    Unknown author (1914)
    The photograph caption reads "Camp Niagara 1914 The 48th Highlanders". The reverse of the photo reads "48th Highlanders at Niagara C 1912 2nd Lieut. P.C. Band fifth from right in white sweater..."
  • 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.
  • Appointment of Percy Carruthers Band to be an Officer in the Active Militia of the Dominion of Canada 

    Unknown author (1914-12-24)
    Appointment of Percy Carruthers Band to be an Officer in the Active Militia of the Dominion of Canada, signed by the Minister of Militia and Defense, Dec. 24, 1914.
  • Appointment to Percy Carruther [Carruthers] Band to be an officer in the Land Forces in the rank of Lieutenant 

    Unknown author (1915-08-17)
    Appointment to Percy Carruther [Carruthers] Band to be an officer in the Land Forces in the rank of Lieutenant, Aug. 17, 1915.
  • 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 ...
  • Post Card to Mrs. Oliver Mabee 

    Band, Percy (1917-02-05)
    A post card addressed to Mrs. Oliver Mabee indicating that P.C. Band is "quite well" and has received a parcel and that a "letter follows at first opportunity". The post cards are typewritten and the sender indicates there ...
  • 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.