Emails and a copy of a photograph of Bob Rice, who was an airman who trained at the #14 Service Flying Training School Aylmer. He was killed during an aircraft training exercise near Norwich, Ontario on July 28, 1943.
Items belonging to and used by Private Gordon Burdick Precoor, A42296, during active service in Europe during the Second World War: identification tags, first aid manual, and Soldier's Service and Pay Book.
"The Roundel", Volume II, No. 2, a magazine published by the Royal Canadian Air Force in December 1949. On page 19, there is an article about the St. Thomas RCAF Technical Training School, which trained over 50,000 individuals during the Second World War.
"Elgin-Enlist": Photocopy of a poem that was published in a newspaper, ca.1915. It was written by Roy Stevenson of Dutton High School, to encourage Elgin residents to enlist during the First World War.
"List of Men Who Paid the Supreme Sacrifice in the Two World Wars". Was at one time published in the Dutton Advance. The list is likely of Dutton men who served in the wars. It is also possible that it is a list of Dunwich Township men (2 copies)