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Women fruit pickers "farmerettes" at the Government Experimental Farm in Vineland Ontario in the summer of 1918.
"Take up the Sword of Justice. Join Now" World War I Recruitment poster on College Street in front of the Mining Building.
No.4 School of Aeronautics, Royal Air Force Toronto, Nov. 22 1918
"Enlist Now" - Cover of a World War I recruiting pamphlet.
"Sever the Empire in Canada's Militia for Home Service" - Cover of a World War I recruiting pamphlet.
Cartoons designed to encourage enlistment into the COTC : "Your clothes are out of fashion. Get a COTC suit and be up to date."
Ambulance of No. 4 Canadian General Hospital presented by Col. Gooderham, Shorncliff, Aug. 1915
Flag Pole at Niagara on the Lake, School of Infantry, Polish Army.
Cover of the Varsity Magazine Supplement, 1916
67th Battery, in front of doors to University College, July 16 1916
Official Pass for J.C. McLennan issued to him by the British Admiralty.
Fred Coates holding a plaster mold of the soldier's face.
Field message book damaged by shrapnel. It belonged to Harold Innis, who was wounded in the First World War.
Outside cover of field message book damaged by shrapnel. It belonged to Harold Innis, who was wounded in the First World War.
Canadian Officers Training Corps during a field day training ca. 1915
Two from a series of snapshots depicting life at Camp Niagara, May 1915, including breaking camp and musketry instruction.
Interior of X Ray hut with Lieut. McTaggart, No. 4 Canadian General Hospital, Salonika.
Prof . Roy Cockburn in front of destroyed house on the French Front.
Canadian Officers Training Corps, a field day at Leaside Camp, 1914
Canadian Officers Training Corps in Cedarvale training ca. 1915
Canadian Officers Training Corps Band, May 1915
Women students canvassing during World War I.
Military Hospitals Commission Command - School of Massage, 1917
World War I rehabilitation in Hart House - shown here a blind patient with a physiotherapist.