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Catalog Number 1993.57.4
Object Name book
Accession number 1993.57
Summary Foreward to the Ontario Series by the Honourable William G. Davis, Premier of Ontario; Preface; Introduction: (Civic Holiday, 1914; The Home Front; Loyalty in Question; Women; Schools; Universities; Ontario's Black Volunteers; Indians; Ontario's First War Artist; Armistice); Documents: (Civil Holiday, 1914; The Home Front; Loyalty in Question; Women; Schools; Universities; Ontario's Black Volunteers; Indians; Ontario's First War Artist; Armistice)

Illustrations: Men of The Queen's Own Rifles leaving Toronto for Valcartier, August 1914; 'Recruiting Office' in Hamilton, July 1915; The 35th Battalion's trench exhibit at the Canadian National Exhibition, September 1915; Wagon bearing prohibition petition en route to Queen's Park on 8 March, 1916; Prohibition parade on Yonge Street, Toronto, 8 March 1916, with its half-mile-long banner; Recruiting parade for the 198th Battalion on Albert Street, Toronto, on 8 March 1916, the same day as the prohibition parade; Toronto streetcar decorated for recruiting purposes, 3 July 1916; Leaflet of the 123rd Battalion, of the shaming variety; 'Camp at Sunrise,' by Homer R. Watson; Willy's Overland float, with women workers aboard, prepared for the Women's Day Parade at the 1918 Canadian National Exhibition; Armistice celebrants; Celebrations in front of the Toronto City Hall on the false armistice, 7 November 1918
Title Ontario and the First World War
Author Wilson, Barbara M.
Published Date 1977
Publisher The Champlain Society
Published Place Toronto, Ont
Subjects Documents
OCLC Number 3093645
Library of Congress Control Number 77372952