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Soldier "Bob" and his mother

Photograph inscription on verso: "This is a picture of my mother and I taken when I returned from the west before I joined the R.G.O.G. (Motul) the dress in which we returned. Bob."


File consists of Bertha Schenk and James Wood's genealogy records, which contains birthdates, relationships, and family trees.

No. 4 platoon 26 admin. unit No. 20 C.I.(B)T.C.-C.A., Brantford, Ontario

File consists of a group portrait photograph depicting Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) No. 4 Platoon 26, Admin unit 20 C.I.(B)T.C.-C.A., Brantford, Ontario in 1944. These service members were likely completing their Canadian Infantry Basic Training at the Brantford, Ontario training centre.

Depicted are the following persons:
Back row: Bingham, S.M.; Jones, B.M.; Bowie, S.M.; Coleman, P.; VanSomeren, J.C.; Kastrukoff, M.; Dietz, P.A.; Allard, H.K.
Centre row: Szalak, I.; Martin, M.; Park, N.A.; Birks, Y.M.; England, T.E.; Glendillen, E.J.; Byrom, A.; Trenchard, M.L.; Haines, A.L.
Front row: Waschuk, A.; Cpl. Clark, E.L.; Cpl. Starkie, K.; Sgt. Dickman, C.M.; Lieut. Bertha Schenk; Sgt. Stevenson, J.Y.; Sgt. Dyck, A.; Cpl. Teasdale, E.; Cpl. Cameron, M.D.; Smith, L.M.

[Marion Christina Schenk portrait]

File consists of a portrait photograph of a personnel member of the Canadian Women's Army Corps. The woman depicted is believed to be Marion Christina Schenk, the elder sister of Bertha Schenk [Wood].

Pioneer Sash and Door Company Ltd.

Photograph depicts Pioneer Sash and Door Company Ltd. Davies suggests that it may have been the same as S.C. Smith Ltd., which commenced operating in Vernon in 1883. In the early days, products were verandah posters, balusters, and fancy trim. Most products were sent to the U.S. Most of the fancy trim in early north Okanagan homes came from this plant. In 1972, its main output was cedar panelling for Florida.

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