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Scrapbook of Corporal Wallace – page 6
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Apr. 1940 (Creation)
- Wallace, John
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6 photographs : sepia; affixed to scrapbook page
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John Wallace was a corporal in a branch of the Canadian military during and sometime before the Second World War. He lived in Fort Osborne Barracks before the War.
Originally part of City of Winnipeg Archives Museum Collection (MU-314), donated by John Wallace in 1996.
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Page 6 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photographs depict the Pavilion in City Park (Assiniboine Park), the Legislature Building off in the distance down Memorial Boulevard, St. Ignatius Church at Corydon Avenue and Stafford Street, the Winnipeg Cenotaph, and acquaintenances of Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy and “Sister Sue”, and two people identified only as “Joan” and “Den”. See general notes section for more details.
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Copyright : Public domain
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A note written by Corporal Wallace accompanying this scrapbook says of this page: “Lieutenant McCarthy and family lived I believe in the St. James area. He was with the RCOC [Royal Canadian Ordnance Corp]”.