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General Crozier briefing members of the Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary

Text on recto of photograph reads: "Briefing the Auxiliaries: General Crozier, officer commanding the Auxiliary Division of the R.I.C. giving some of his men a briefing. The photographer who took this picture and the one above had to hide his camera behind a bystander’s back since her would have been arrested if he had been seen.”

Hand car

Photo depicts two men on a hand car: handwritten descriptor with photo reads: "Hand car photo, Chicken Lake (now Lake Kathlyn just west of Smithers on CN mainline; was the Grand Trunk Pacific ice house. Sunday March 14th, 19__."

Manager's Progress Photographs

This file contains photograph from early construction of Cassiar Mine and townsite. Photographs were stapled to inter-office correspondence paper and sent with pages of photo descriptions. Photographs have been removed and rehoused, maintaining original order.

Framed collection of military badges

Visible crests can be seen with the following words: “First Garrison Battalion” and “Second Garrison Battalion”, as well as the following acronyms: "R.C.E." (Royal Canadian Engineers?) and "R.C.C.S." (Royal Canadian Corps of Signals?) Framed military badges believed to be a part of J.J. Claxton's collection of police memorabilia.

Armistice Day 1914 – 1918

Item is an audio recording of music entitled "Armistice Day 1914-1918" used by Jack Carbutt for his Remembrance Day radio broadcasts. Accompanying note signifies music provided to Carbutt by Bill Ward.

Closeup of an Royal Irish Constabulary helmet badge

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Rank and File Helmet badge worn after 1887 officer same pattern but of white metal R & F bronze”. Stamp on verso reads: “CHAS. B. HILL-TOUT 1650 Hampshire Road, oak Bay Victoria, B. C.” . Item believed to be a part of J.J. Claxton's collection of police memorabilia.

Closeup of an Royal Irish Constabulary silver Celtic ornament

Handwritten annotation on verso reads: Handwritten annotation on verso reads: “Silver Celtic ornament worn by all officers after 1884 on the shoulder belt up to disbandment - 1922” Stamp on verso reads: “CHAS. B. HILL-TOUT 1650 Hampshire Road, oak Bay Victoria, B. C.” Item believed to be a part of J.J. Claxton's collection of police memorabilia.

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