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  • Trenches at Camp Borden
    Image       Camp Borden was an army training camp...
    Image     Camp Borden was an army training camp...
    Milton Historical Society
  • A dirigible  at Shorncliff Camp
    Image       Two soldiers talking, one with back to the camera and the other in side view. Overhead is a dirigible.
    Image     Two soldiers talking, one with back to the camera and the other in side view. Overhead is a dirigible.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Gus Goutouski.  Regional Councillor 1979-1980.  Real Estate Agent.   Veteran WWII.
    Image       Founder of the Milton United Way, Chair of the Milton District Hospital Board and instrumental in helping many other community organizations. Died June 1994, aged 74. Photograph from "The Canadian Champion"...
    Image     Founder of the Milton United Way, Chair of the Milton District Hospital Board and instrumental in helping many other community organizations. Died June 1994, aged 74. Photograph from "The Canadian ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Tanks in training for the Korean War
    Image       The Korean War, 1950-1953...
    Image     The Korean War, 1950-1953...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Tanks in training for the Korean War
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    Milton Historical Society
  • Dean Johnston, Korean War Vet
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    Milton Historical Society
  • Canadian Tank Unit training for the Korean War
    Image       SCAN ONLY...
    Image     SCAN ONLY...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 164th Battalion moving out
    Image       Loaded wagons being moved out of Milton.
    Image     Loaded wagons being moved out of Milton.
    Milton Historical Society
  • 164th Battalion wagons march
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    Milton Historical Society
  • Milton Heritage Awards 2004
    Image       Ed Goodall (left) and Councillor Mike Boughton (centre) with display of memorabilia of Milton military men who died in World War 1
    Image     Ed Goodall (left) and Councillor Mike Boughton (centre) with display of memorabilia of Milton military men who died in World War 1
    Milton Historical Society
  • Soldiers assembled
    Image       Soldiers assembled at (probably) Camp Borden...
    Image     Soldiers assembled at (probably) Camp Borden...
    Milton Historical Society
  • CWGC marker for the grave of Private Lachlan James Kingsbury
    Image       The Canadian War Graves Commission marker for the grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury who was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. He is buried at Ebenezer United Church in Nassagaweya. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page and "Milton Remembers World War I" by ...
    Image     The Canadian War Graves Commission marker for the grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury who was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. He is buried at Ebenezer United ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Grave of Lachlan James Kingsbury at Ebenezer Church, Nassagaweya
    Image       Private Kingsbury was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. Grave and CWGC marker front left of picture. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page
    Image     Private Kingsbury was killed accidently at Camp Borden on September 13, 1916. Grave and CWGC marker front left of picture. For further information see The Milton Historical Society web page
    Milton Historical Society
  • Grave of John Hastings Blair
    Image       John Hastings Blair was injured in early 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recover but he died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Guelph. For further information see the Milton Historical Society web page.
    Image     John Hastings Blair was injured in early 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recover but he died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Guelph. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • The grave of John Hastings Blair.
    Image       John Hastings Blair was injured early in 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recuperate but died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Guelph.
    Image     John Hastings Blair was injured early in 1918 and was sent back to Canada to recuperate but died on March 16, 1920. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Guelph.
    Milton Historical Society
  • Court House, Milton
    Image       This view from Victoria Park is a reminder of former days. Built in 1857, this fine old building still serves as our County Court House and local Jail
    Image     This view from Victoria Park is a reminder of former days. Built in 1857, this fine old building still serves as our County Court House and local Jail
    Milton Historical Society
  • 164th Battalion Band back from duty overseas
    Imagecomment       Photograph taken outside the old Town Hall on Main Street.
    Imagecomment     Photograph taken outside the old Town Hall on Main Street.
    Milton Historical Society
  • "The Menagerie" 164th Battalion, Milton. Soldiers and regimental mascot.
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    Milton Historical Society
  • 164th Battalion. Milton
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    Milton Historical Society
  • 164th Battalion, Milton, Ontario
    Image       Main Street, Milton looking east. 164th Battalion, Milton, forming for parade. Winter clothing. Number of spectators, snow on ground.
    Image     Main Street, Milton looking east. 164th Battalion, Milton, forming for parade. Winter clothing. Number of spectators, snow on ground.
    Milton Historical Society
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Milton - Military


Collection includes anything connected with the military, i.e. parades, equipment, uniforms, veterans, maps, diaries, etc.