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Name Hyslop, Don

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Image of A2012.010.002 - Teeswater and Culross service men

A2012.010.002 - Teeswater and Culross service men

This type-written letter names the service men whose portraits were included in W.J. Freeman's window display (See A2012.010.002). Letter includes an addition at the bottom addressed to "Dear Friends", explaining the window display, and signed "From your old Friend, W.J. Freeman." Names include: Arkell, William (Billie) Arscott, Walter Bellamy, Gib. Brown, Bert Bryce, I. Carter, George Chapple, David Chapple, Stan Cranin, Frank Cronin, John Daw, Fred Dickison, Earl Doerr, Albert Elliott, Harold Elliott, Mac Gillies, Donald Grant, Donald Grubb, Alfred Halliday, Harly Halliday, Sinclair Hardy, Eldon Herd, Don Houston, Hugh Hughes, Sam Hunter, Jack Hyslop, Don H

Image of A2012.010.001 - Print, Photographic

A2012.010.001 - Print, Photographic

This photograph features a window display containing the photographic portraits of service men from Teeswater and Culross. The display was in W.J. Freeman's store window. According to a note typed by Freeman dated May 27, 1943, the photos "created quite an interest and helped to put the fourth Victory Loan over the top. The slogan was 'Back the Attack' by buying bonds and 'Back our Boys.'" Names of individuals listed in the letter (see A2012.010.002) include: Freeman, William J. Arkell, William (Billie) Arscott, Walter Bellamy, Gib. Brown, Bert Bryce, I. Carter, George Chapple, David Chapple, Stan Cranin, Frank Cronin, John Daw, Fred Dickison, Earl Doerr, Albert Elliott, Harol

Image of A2013.028.007-.013 - Print, Photographic

A2013.028.007-.013 - Print, Photographic

These seven photographs were taken while Bert Freeman (Robert G. Freeman of Teeswater, Ontario) was in Montreal, chiefly between October 12 and 26, 1941. .007 Unidentified woman, "Oct. 12/41" written on reverse .008 "Cecile, 05/9/41, Montreal" .009 scenic photograph "Oct. 25, 1941, on why hiking to Montreal" .010 scenic photograph "Oct. 26, 1941, Montreal, taken from the chalet atop the mountain." .011 scenic photograph "Oct. 26, 1941, taken from part way up the cross." .012 scenic photograph "Oct. 26, 1941", likely also taken from the chalet atop the mountain. .013 three men standing in front of wide brick building. On reverse is written "Oct. 26, 1941, Montreal, The C