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- FC 8 L44 L47 22.214.171.124
"A" Squad Unit Commander's recommendation for efficient service medal form.
- FC 8 L44 L47 5.5.3
1914-1997: 7 photographs, sepia, black and white, coloured, varying sizes. One photo is of the cenotaph of Major S. Leitch, 'Frontiersman', Winnipeg. The rest are from BC.
c. 1910-73: 14 8 x 10 prints in black and white, sepia, and colour. Descriptions are on back of photos, with a few handwritten sheets. Subjects include Vancouver, East Africa, BC, Belgian Lancers.
- FC 8 L44 L47 3.8.1
Booklet detailing the medals and awards of the Australian branch of the Legion.
- 1905 - 2003
The archives consist of material compiled for Shandro's research purposes, including correspondence, other notes and textual material, various Legion publications dating back to the 1930s, photographs, artwork, and ephemera. Some items (Series 1, Folder 4; Folder 35; Series 2, Gazettes) contain French text. While some of the material relates to other commands, the bulk of the collection pertains to Canadian divisions of the Legion.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.7.3
Incomplete holdings from 1946 though 1993. Published at Dominion Headquarters Edmonton, Alberta though to August 1964 (vol. 34, no. 3). Published in Regina, Saskatchewan October 1964 (vol. 34, no.4). "Reaching all Frontiersmen in the Canadian Division".
- 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 5.5.1
Photograph: Commander Charles Ashwell Boteler Pocock [ca. 1853]
Drawing: Burma Campaign, pencil or charcoal (print) [ca. 1853]
Drawing: The Grand Mosque of Mahomet Ali, Cairo (sepia, ink) [ca. 1853]
Folio Leaf: illustrated report, Second Burmese War, possibly by Charles Pocock; pencil drawing on one side [ca. 1853]
- FC 8 L44 L47 126.96.36.199
- 1949 - 1950
Correspondence relating to the swearing in of Frontiersmen as supplementary police officers with the Vancouver Police Department.
- FC 8 L44 L47 2.1.1
- 28 October, 2013
Printed notice to all Legion Commands, Divisions, and Affiliated Commands and Units drawing attention to a Fraudulent group calling itself the "Independent Manchester Unit" and clarifying that they are in no way affiliated with the Legion.
- FC 8 L44 L47 3.6.2
Correspondence relating to the Thirlwell matter, in which a dispute between several Australia Command Frontiersmen resulted in significant conflict.
- FC 8 L44 L47 188.8.131.52
Correspondence to and from Fred Aylott and Arthur Thurston, 1980 - 1984.
- FC 8 L44 L47 2.1.7
Correspondence to and from WE Green and Geoff Pocock.
- FC 8 L44 L47 1.1.14
Correspondence to and from Harwood Steele and CP Burns.
- FC 8 L44 L47 184.108.40.206
Digitised correspondence to and from Fred Aylott and Arthur Thurston, 1970s - 1980, housed on CD-R (x2).
- 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 4.3.2
Two dinner menus titled: Dinner in honor of Commander Roger Pocock..." given by the Adventurers Club of Los Angeles, California, August 29th, 1923. Both menus have a written message on the back covers by [?] Russell.