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1. Bayonet that belonged to Albert Powles from St. Thomas

Elgin County Museum
016.099.001a-c
Bayonet with case and canvas holder. The bayonet belonged to Albert Powles from St. Thomas, he enlisted in 1916 and served in the 91st Battalion which was broken up in England and sent as reinforcements to the 75th and 21st Battalions (where Powles served) among others.

2. Brass button from Canadian Military Uniform

Elgin County Museum
brass button from Canadian Military Uniform. Possibly belonged to Daisy Copeman; note on her picture says the uniform buttons and pips were hers.
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3. Cartoon postcard

Aylmer - Malahide Museum and Archives
1992-033-0014
cartoon postcard. Man in suit with large American flag pin holding newspaper reading "New York American The Great War Official Dispatches from the front" caption reads "Say, I'm Neutral an I don't care a darn who licks the Germans

4. Certificate, Honour Roll

Edison Museum of Vienna
000.03.26
"Roll of Honour". Quite Large. Framed in a brown wooden frame. Includes name of veteran Percy Dwight Wilson, 2nd last Canadian war veteran.

5. Epaulette pip

Elgin County Museum
a "Tria Juncts Uno" military uniform pip; worn on the epaulette of British military. The soldiers would often give them to their sweethearts when they went to war. The Latin translates to "Three into One". Possibly belonged to Daisy Copeman; note on her picture says that the uniform buttons and pips were hers. First World War
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6. Field glasses

Elgin County Museum
Field glasses from World War 1, in leather case

7. Flour bag: Empire Flour Mills Limited, St. Thomas

Elgin County Museum
013.069.002
Flour bag. Bag has been embroidered and framed. The following quote is embroidered on the bag. '98 lbs, Union Flour, Empire Flour Mills Limited, St. Thomas, Ont, Canada Xmas 1914 St. Thomas, Ont. Canada, Gift to the Belgians.'

8. Great War medals

Elgin County Museum
Round brass-like; "The Great War for Civilisation 1914-1919", with angel on reverse side. Medal 1: purple, red, yellow, green ribbon, inscription 53730 L/Sgt E.W. Sifton. Medal 2: inscription 53730 SJT E.W. Sifton 18 Can Inf, ribbon in box. First World War.
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9. Medal of Achievement: "The Great war for Civilization 1914-1919"

Aylmer - Malahide Museum and Archives
2002-006-0006D
gold coloured medal with an angel on the front and " The Great war for Civilization 1914-1919" is written on the back
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10. Memorial Cross: Sgt. Air Gunner W.C. Colwill

Elgin County Museum
006.016.001
Sterling Silver Memorial Cross. Bar at top RCAF. Reverse side 'Sgt. Air Gunner W.C. Colwill'. The Memorial Cross is an award that has been granted since 1919 to the loved ones of Canadian armed forces personnel who died in service or whose death was attributed to their service. It is granted by the Government of Canada and is frequently referred to as the Silver Cross. The Memorial Cross, the gift of Canada, was issued as a memento of personal loss and sacrifice on the part of widows and mothers of Canadian sailors, soldiers and airmen who died for their country during the war. First World War.
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