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Canadian Forestry Corps
Canadian Forestry Corps

Monochrome photograph of three members of No 5 District Canadian Forestry Corps, based in Invernesshire in World War 2, getting trees ready for loading. Rear has typed general description of the work of the Corps and the detail of the individuals, left to right: Pte J P Therriault (with axe), Sherbrook, Quebec, Pte N W Arvidson, Corbett Creek, Alta and Pte W Thompson, Dryden, Ont. . The rear of the photograph has a stamp 'Copyright YMCA (Public Relations Office) Aldine House, 10-13 Bedford Street, Strand, WC2 Tel Temple Bar 7134-6 Please quote No Y 934'
Picture added on 24 April 2008
N W (Nils William) Arvidson was my father.
Added by Nels Arvidson on 16 May 2012
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