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Reverend Canon Laurence F. Wilmot fonds

The material in the Reverend Canon Laurence F. Wilmot fonds pertaining to the Canadian Wartime Experience includes pastorate records and correspondence and a diary detailing Rev. Canon Wilmot's military service as a chaplain in the Second World War.

Diary/Notes Written at Swan River, MB Just Prior to Enlisting in World War II

Correspondence Regarding Enlistment and Posting in the Canadian Army During World War II, 1941-1945

Copy of Laurence Wilmot's Complete Military Personnel File as Housed in the National Archives of Canada, 1942-1974

Copy of Military Medical Records as Housed in the National Archives of Canada, 1942-1958

Copy of Military Dental Records as Housed in the National Archives of Canada, 1942-1945

Correspondence with The Bishop of Brandon, Rt. Rev. W.H.H. Thomas, D.D., During World War II, 1942-1946

Correspondence and Clippings from Friends During World War II (Including Excerpt from a Dutch Book in which Captain Wilmot is Mentioned)

Regimental Diary of the West Nova Scotia Regiment, 1939-1945

Regimental Reports of the West Nova Scotia Regiment, 1944-1945

Official Correspondence for Chaplains - West Nova Scotia Regiment, 1941-1945

Chaplain's Weekly Reports and Troop Records - West Nova Scotia Regiment, 1941-1945

Chaplain's Diary, January-April 1944

Chaplain's Diary, May-June 15, 1944

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