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James Wark in uniform

Item is a photograph of five soldiers taken at Ripon Camp in North Yorkshire, England on March 5, 1919. James Wark stands on the far right of the group. The other soldiers, from left to right, are identified on the verso as Jack Travers, W. Whittaker, A.E. [Varden], and [R.]A. Tate.


The file contains primary source material on the theatre involvement of James H. Wark in Sherbrooke and England between 1918 and 1955. It consists primarily of theatre programmes. The theatres represented in the programmes include: Pantomine Theatre, Adelphi Theatre, Brigadoon Theatre, His Majesty's Theatre, Wyndham's Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Strand Theatre, Ambassadors Theatre, Garrison Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Daly's Theatre, Gaiety Theatre, Duke of York's Theatre, The Picture House, The Palace Theatre, The Palladium, The London Pavilion, Empire Theatre, London Hippodrome, Granada Theatre, Haskell Opera House, and St. Peter's Memorial Hall.

Garrison Theatre pamphlet

The pamphlet contains a schedule and synopsis of the performances to be made at the Garrison Theatre, in Bramshott, during the week starting Sunday, January 5th, 1919.

Jim Wark WWI journal

The item is Jim Wark's journal entries shortly following his enlistment in World War I, more specifically during his trans-Atlantic voyage from Quebec to England in 1918.