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Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Album of 96 photographs taken during Daniel Cunningham's service in South Africa with the Army Medical Commission, 1901
Scope and Contents Album of 96 photographs taken during Daniel John Cunningham's service in South Africa with the Army Medical Commission: subjects include army camps, infirmaries, railroads, native population.
"All That Was Left of Them": The Thirteen Sole Survivors of the Second Grenadier Guards, 1870s-1930s
Scope and Contents Photograph of thirteen soldiers that were the sole survivors of the Second Grenadier Guards that fought in World War I and another photograph of two of the survivors with their horses, the 'old contemptables' that survived the war as well.
Scope and Contents Photograph of a group of Camel Sowars, mounted soldiers in India, in a field in Golconda, [India] in the late 19th or early 20th century. The name 'Wallace' has been handwritten on the label.
Scope and Contents Dublin "Special Addresses": on "Anthropoid Apes; in support of a motion re. Society (sic) aid to soldiers and sailors; opening of an exhibition at Trinity College Natural History Museum; to the Biological Association, Trinity College Dublin, on the muscular system.
Dates: c 1901
Scope and Contents Photograph of the famous war heroine, Lieutenant Flora Sanders who served with the Serbian Army during World War I and 'received many awards for bravery' standing with her brother in a doorway at Bendigo, Australia in 1921.
Scope and Contents Note and stories collected from Mrs MacLellan, Ormacleit [Ormaclete, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist] relating to Flora MacDonald's family, including the relationship between Mrs MacLellan's own family and Flora's family, Mrs MacLellan being the grand-daughter of Flora's younger brother Angus. Angus had a very large family of ten sons and four daughters. Her family connections with other well known MacDonald families are also noted. The story of how Flora's eldest brother Ranald died in a gun...
Dates: 12 April 1870
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Content Description This fonds consists of students records, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and training books formerly belonging to Flying Officer John V. Stuart Duncan RAFVR, killed aged 20 on active service in Weston Zoyland, Somerset, on 30 May 1943. School and University records; Diaries (one marked vol. 2, one small diary); Letters during his time in the UK; while training in Florida;...
Dates: c 1920s-c 1940s
Scope and Contents Quotation from a Highlander after he killed a red-coat soldier, which reads ' 'S e Dia duileach a rinn e, fear na h-aibeide big a mharbhadh agus fear a chota ghlais gun aon dad air.'