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Catalog Number 2004.69.1
Object Name Certificate, Achievement
Title Certificate of Taylor-Forbes Ltd. staff that volunteered for Active Service with Canada's Fighting Forces, circa 1940
Date circa 1940
Year Range from 1939.0
Year Range to 1946.0
Description Certificate of staff members of Taylor Forbes Ltd. that volunteered for active service with Canada's Fighting Forces in World War II. The poster is on cream coloured card stock with a red and cream coloured border. At the top, in full colour, is the Canadian crest with the coats of arms representing the provinces at the time surrounding the crest. The crest has the lion on one side, the unicorn on the other, the Canadian coat of arms in the center, a lion with a crown on top and "A MARI USQUE AD MARE" Below the crest is "For King and Country members of Taylor-Forbes Limited who have volunteered for active service with Canada's Fighting Forces". Below that is a decorative design of leaves with a sword that divides two columns filled with names of the volunteers. One of the volunteers, Vincent Woods, has a gold star beside his name. At the bottom of the poster is another decorative design of leaves but this one also has three crests.
People Brown, Gordon
Brown, Walter
Beasley, Fred
Birch, James
Bryant, Albert
Clark, Fred
Campbell, Derrick
Darnell, Walter
Douglas, Robert
Douglas, James
Evers, Henry
Everson, Phillip
Ferris, Gorman
Foster, Alvin
Golds, James
Hasler, Albert
Hasler, Herbert
Jones, Dennis
MacLachlan, Wesley
MacColl, Duncan
Reinhart, Earl
Reinhart, Thomas
Ritchie, Lorne
Reed, Frank
Scott, George
St. Onge, Gaetan
Sweeney, Maurice
Thompson, Alan
Thomas, John
Woods, Vincent
Craig, Orton
Grieve, Fred A.
Hawkes, Roy
King, Ernest Jr.
Miller, Raymond
McDermid, Alexander
Search Terms Taylor-Forbes Company Limited
World War II
Dimensions 52.2 cm long x 30 cm wide