Part 001 - Watering horses in the St. Francis River at military camp near Sherbrooke, Que.

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Watering horses in the St. Francis River at military camp near Sherbrooke, Que.

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CA ETRC P058-004-65-023-001

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  • 1911 (Creation)

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1 photograph (postcard) : col.

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The item is a photograph of soldiers on horses drinking water from the St. Francis River near Sherbrooke, thought to be the 13th Scottish Light Dragoons (Waterloo), with Lieutenant Mathias on the white horse. Message on verso addressed to Mrs. Charles Hase (Farnham) from Blanche, dated 1911. Published by Valentine & Sons.

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The document is in English.

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