|Title||St. John the Baptist Anglican Church collection|
|Collection||St. John the Baptist Anglican Church collection|
|Year Range from||1910|
|Year Range to||1918|
|Level of description||Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Accession consists of five framed photograph portraits, black and white. Four images show young men from the congregation that were killed in action during the Great War, World War I, 1914-1918. One image shows Mr. & Mrs. Ivor Clement Lucas, who hosted the meeting on December 14, 1910 to discuss the formation of the new parish of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church.
P2005 18 1 - Portrait of Private William Cummins Davis.
P2005 18 2 - Portrait of Private William Bernard Dancy.
P2005 18 3 - Portrait of Captain Henry J. Tryon
P2005 18 4 - Portrait of Lieutenant Arthur Stafford Wilson.
P2005 18 5 - Portrait of Mr. & Mrs. Ivor Clement Lucas.
All five framed images were hanging on walls in the sanctuary at St. John the Baptist, until recently. Images had been removed from walls within the last year, and stored in a desk drawer in a corner room.
St. John the Baptist Anglican Church
|Extent of Description||8 cm of graphic records|