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  • 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.
  • Army Orders 

    Unknown author (1918-10-11)
    Army Orders list by General Sir H.S. Rawlinson, Bart. G.C.V.O., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., Commanding Fourth Army. The list includes Captian P.C. Band, M.C., Canadian Infantry under the list for Bar to the Military Cross.
  • 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 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.
  • 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 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 ...
  • Newspaper Clipping - World War I 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    Newspaper clipping discusses the honour "invested by the King of two bars to his cross" to Captain P.C. Band.
  • Operation Order No. 3 SECRET 

    Unknown author (1918-12-03)
    Operation Order No. 3 issued by R. Vanderwater December 3, 1918. The order is listed in seven points: Information, Intention, Vanguard, Main Guard, Halts, Reports, Acknowledge. The information portion reads "The 1st ...
  • Photograph - 48th Highlanders 

    James, W. (n.d.)
    A photograph by W. James Photographer, 250 Major St., Toronto of the 48th Highlanders.
  • Photograph - Battle of Amiens 

    Unknown author (1918-08-09)
    Photograph with the caption "Battle of Amiens Captured by No 3 Company 2 Canadian Inf Battalion at Rouvroy Aug 9th 1918."
  • 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..."
  • Photograph - Officers of C Company 3rd Battalion 

    Unknown author (1918-07-01)
    A photograph of "Officers of C Company 3rd BTN C.E.F. July 1 1918". The men are listed as: Edward Thairs, Lt. H. Neelson, Lt. Henderson, Capt. Crawfrod D.S.O. The reverse of the photo states "Edward Thairs father was ...
  • 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 ...
  • Presentation of Colours, St. Paul's Church 

    Unknown author (1921)
    A service was held at St. Paul’s Church in Bowmanville, Ontario for the Receiving and Depositing the Colours of the 2nd Canadian Battalion, East Ontario Regiment, Canadian Expeditionary Force. The colours were the gift ...