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- FC 8 L44 L47
The Frontiersmen Collection is organized by country—Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, and India—and includes correspondence, financial and legal records, meeting minutes, newsletters, and a variety of military forms, as well as photographs, maps, banners, and medals. It is home to the official Charter Certificate for the founding of the Legion of Frontiersmen Canadian Division, whose headquarters are located in Edmonton. The highlight of the collection is a group of nine field diaries penned by Roger Pocock dated 1905-1917. This collection is closely related to several others housed in Bruce Peel Special Collections, specifically the Sir Samuel Benfield Steele Family Archive which includes Pocock's papers. It continues to grow thanks to ongoing donations.
Legion of Frontiersmen
- FC 8 L44 L47 22.214.171.124
- 1949 - 1950
Correspondence relating to the swearing in of Frontiersmen as supplementary police officers with the Vancouver Police Department.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.1.14
Correspondence to and from Harwood Steele and CP Burns.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.3.3
"Certified true copy" of charter document issued to the Legion of Frontiersmen (Canadian Division) in 1937 by the Secretary of State of Canada. Identifies the "head office" of the corporation as the "City of Edmonton in the Province of Alberta".
- FC 8 L44 L47 126.96.36.199
"A" Squad Unit Commander's recommendation for efficient service medal form.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.4.20
Certificate from Executive Council of the Legion of Frontiersmen, Canada appointing Thomas Arthur King Turner from rank of Legion Lieutenant to Officer, February 28, 1916.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.4.5
Digitised files on CD-R titled:
"Legion of Frontiersmen Air Command: Images from album donated by Chris Knowles-Fitton;"
"Legion of Frontiersmen Canada papers: Affiliation with RCMP. Disputes between and splits - Canadian Division Edmonton and Eastern Canada Command, Formation of Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen 1933-1950 documents, letters, cables, also assorted documents c1914 to c1991;"
"Legion of Frontiersmen Northern Command magazines 1907."
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.5.10
Seventh Brigade, Vancouver, B.C. "The following photographs are small reproductions of a greeting folder sent out by the original Vancouver Command in nineteen hundred and ten. The Command after the First Great War became "J" Squadron, paying direct to London, England. On the formation of the Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen, the Squadron became headquarters of the Seventh Brigade."