Item is a document made out to Messrs.Geo.Campbell & Sons, which reads, “Dear Sir, We enclose for favor of acceptance and return by first mail, whether accepted or not, the following draft: Dom. Manufacturing Ltd. $70.17”. Document is signed by G. H. MacKenzie, Manager
This series consists of Regimental Orders for A Squadron 5th Canadian Armoured Regiment 1941, Letters Patent for the incorporation of the 8th Canadian Hussars Association, Minutes of the First Association Meeting, and an autobiography of Princess Louise.
This series consists of letters sent to Gordon Bickerton while he was overseas in 1943/1944. Also, there is a log for the birth of Gordon Michael Bickerton, a letter from the Department of Mines regarding immigration of Mrs. BIckerton, and a post card.
This series consists of a series of 'Herbie' cartoons sent from the Front by Corporal Lester Jollymore to his children, Bette, Audrey, Charlotte, Barbara, Lester Junior, and Stephen in 1944; they were presented to the Association in August of 2000. An official programme of the Victory Celebrations 8 June 1946, Map Training 1966, Verses written in the trenches, and War Picture by British Artists.
This series consists of newspaper clippings from the Kings County Record during the Second World War. Included are clippings of weddings, births, and soldiers going overseas. Also, there is a November 1993 Kings County Record.
This series consists of a document outlining the history of the Estate at Fox Hill, originally built by Lieutenant-Colonel John Saunders. It also includes a pamphlet regarding the dedication of the Fox Hill Carin. The documents pertaining to the establishment of the easement for the Carin are also included. There are 12 photographs of the house being restored.