Six Panoramic Views of Canadian Troops during WW I : The Sailing of the First Contingent ; The Gallant Boys Who Saved the Day at Langemarck ; Canada's Sons Who Fought for the Flag ; Valcartier Camp - Where the Canadian Troops were Trained ; The Canadian Scottish and Home Guard of the Canadian Metropolis. J. A. Millar, photographer.
Six Panoramic Views of Canadian Troops during WW I : The Sailing of the First Contingent ; The Gallant Boys Who Saved the Day at Langemarck ; Canada's Sons Who Fought for the Flag ; Valcartier Camp - Where the Canadian Troops were Trained ; The Canadian Scottish and Home Guard of the Canadian Metropolis
Six Panoramic Views of Canadian Troops during WW I : The Sailing of the First Contingent ; The Gallant Boys Who Saved the Day at Langemarck ; Canada's Sons Who Fought for the Flag ; Valcartier Camp - Where the Canadian Troops were Trained ; The Canadian Scottish and Home Guard of the Canadian Metropolis

Six Panoramic Views of Canadian Troops during WW I : The Sailing of the First Contingent ; The Gallant Boys Who Saved the Day at Langemarck ; Canada's Sons Who Fought for the Flag ; Valcartier Camp - Where the Canadian Troops were Trained ; The Canadian Scottish and Home Guard of the Canadian Metropolis

Montreal, QC: Montreal Standard Publishing Co., Limited, 1915. Unmounted Prints. All prints have copyright dates of 1914 or 1915, but were likely published in 1919 to commemorate Canada's involvement in the War. Set of six panoramic halftone prints, 12-1/2 inches tall x 38 inches wide, all with some toning, edge wear short closed tears with image areas mostly fine. About Very Good. Item #2791

An uncommon set of celebratory war victory prints.

Price: $595.00 CAD  other currencies

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