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Port Arthur Reservist Was Ankle Deep In German Blood 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Reservist Was Ankle Deep In German Blood," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 29 Oct 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Port Arthur ; British Army Reservist Full text available on microfilm
London Dark After Night To Aerial Mark 
Newspapers  "London Dark After Night To Aerial Mark," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Oct 1914  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Letter home from Fort William soldiers ; London, England ; H.A. Silver ; George Silver ; Jack Silver Full text available on microfilm
Last Letter Received From W.J. Huston Was Written After Action 
Newspapers  "Last Letter Received From W.J. Huston Was Written After Action," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Feb 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Corporal W.J. Huston ; W.J. "Billy" Huston ; Letter written by Huston in the trenches Full text available on microfilm
Schreiber Man Is Severely Wounded 
Newspapers  "Schreiber Man Is Severely Wounded," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 27 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Schreiber, ON ; Sergeant D.D. McLeod ; France ; Letter to J.C. Stewart ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Tiny Hewitson Tells How Chum Is Hurt 
Newspapers  "Tiny Hewitson Tells How Chum Is Hurt," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; 'Tiny' Hewitson ; Writes letter home to Port Arthur ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Can't Understand How He Still Lives 
Newspapers  "Can't Understand How He Still Lives," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 20 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Richard Pringle ; Port Arthur resident writes home ; Battle of Langhemarcq ; Second Battle of Ypres ; A. Ardon ; Fort William Resident writes home ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Fought Three Days Before Being Shot 
Newspapers  "Fought Three Days Before Being Shot," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 20 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Charles Daggitt ; Port Arthur resident writes home ; Battle of Langhemarcq ; Second Battle of Ypres ; Eighth Battalion ; 8th Battalion ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Letters From The Trenches; More Interesting Details By Port Arthur Soldiers 
Newspapers  "Letters From The Trenches; More Interesting Details By Port Arthur Soldiers," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Sergeant R.W. Bradbury ; Writes letter home to Port Arthur ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
From First Port Arthur Man Hurt 
Newspapers  "From First Port Arthur Man Hurt," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Corporal G.S. Le Meseurier ; 8th Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Writes letter home to Port Arthur ; France Full text available on microfilm
Port Arthur Man Injured In Battle 
Newspapers  "Port Arthur Man Injured In Battle," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 31 Oct 1914  Private Jack Morphet ; Coldstream Guards (Regiment) ; Port Arthur citizen ; Charles Evans ; France ; Battle of the Aisne Full text available on microfilm
'For The Honor Of Dear, Old Fort William!' Last Words of 'Billy' Huston Before Going Into The Trenches 
Newspapers  "'For The Honor Of Dear, Old Fort William!' Last Words of 'Billy' Huston Before Going Into The Trenches," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Mar 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; W.J. Huston ; William John Huston ; W.J. (Billy) Huston ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Combat ; Letter from W.M.L. Draycot of Fort William Full text available on microfilm
Story Of 'Billy' Huston's Last Daring Exploit When A German Sniper Picked Him Off In Party On Advanced Lines 
Newspapers  "Story Of 'Billy' Huston's Last Daring Exploit When A German Sniper Picked Him Off In Party On Advanced Lines," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 17 Apr 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Corporal W.J. Huston ; William John Huston ; Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry Regiment ; Princess Patricia Regiment ; Letter from J.A. Small describing story Full text available on microfilm
Battalion Does Not Look the Same 
Newspapers  "Battalion Does Not Look the Same," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 31 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Ralph Richards ; Port Arthur resident ; Writes letter home ; 15th Battalion ; Fifteenth Battalion ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Harry Wilson Tells About Poison Gas Experience 
Newspapers  "Harry Wilson Tells About Poison Gas Experience," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 May 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Harry Wilson ; Writes letter home to Fort William ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Local Boys Made 'Em All Sit Up 
Newspapers  "Local Boys Made 'Em All Sit Up," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Port Arthur Soldier writes letter to News Chronicle ; Name unpublished (at request) ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Battle of Langhemarcq ; Second Battle of Ypres ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Full text available on microfilm
Was One Of Phil Labbe's Section 
Newspapers  "Was One Of Phil Labbe's Section," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Sgt. R.H. Clarke ; Port Arthur resident ; Writes letter to Port Arthur ; Eighth Battalion ; 8th Battalion ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Battle of Langhemarcq ; Second Battle of Ypres ; Phil Labbe (KIA) Full text available...
Injured Schreiber Soldiers' Letters 
Newspapers  "Injured Schreiber Soldiers' Letters," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 2 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Mrs H. Greengrass ; Schreiber, ON resident ; Receives letter from brother ; Name unknown ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; Second Battle of Ypres Full text available on microfilm
City Topics 
Newspapers  "City Topics," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 10 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Enemy Aliens ; Internment Camps ; Internment ; 100 Enemy Aliens leave for Kapuskasing Internment Camp ; To Be accompanied by 96th Lake Superior Regiment ; 250 unemployed registered with city clerk's office ; Bernard Oliver (wounded) ; Former Fort William Resident ;...
Saw Wounded Port Arthur Boys 
Newspapers  "Saw Wounded Port Arthur Boys," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 28 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Pte. W. Malott ; Motor Driver ; Port Arthur resident ; Camped at Shorncliffe ; Camped with 28th Battalion ; Twenty-Eighth Battalion ; Lord Markham's Home (Convalescent Home) Full text available on microfilm
Soldiers` Letters 
Newspapers  "Soldiers` Letters," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 26 Jun 1915  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Andrew Deligineas ; Fort William resident ; 8th Battalion ; Eighth Battalion ; First Contingent ; 1st Contingent ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) ; V.A. Stone ; Writes to Fort William ; Jack Wellington ; Former Fort William resident ; Jack Silvester ; Dennis H....
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