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'An East Coast Port': Halifax in Wartime, 1939 - 1945

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"In War, and Now in Peace, the Work of Mercy Never Ends"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95C

Women and Families Respond to War


"3000 Volunteer Blood Donations"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95C

Women and Families Respond to War


"Blood is Life! Be a Voluntary Blood Donor"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95C

Women and Families Respond to War


"Donor Equipment Shown"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95C

Women and Families Respond to War


"Fiftieth Blood Donation"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95F

Women and Families Respond to War


"Gives Blood 50 Times to Set Record"

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95F

Women and Families Respond to War


First Aid workers and others

Date: 22 June 1943

Reference: Halifax Civil Emergency Corps Nova Scotia Archives 1995-188/32 MG 20 vol. 751 no. 40

Women and Families Respond to War


Army Parade at Barrington and George Street

Reference: J.F. Rogers Nova Scotia Archives 1995-370 no. 37

Women and Families Respond to War


C.W.A.C., Grand Parade

Reference: J.F. Rogers Nova Scotia Archives 1995-370 no. 38

Women and Families Respond to War


Miss Laleah Almon of the Canadian Red Cross

Reference: Robert Norwood Nova Scotia Archives 1987-481

Women and Families Respond to War


HMCS Wren, Miss E. Joan Moon

Reference: Robert Norwood Nova Scotia Archives 1987-481

Women and Families Respond to War


Advertisment for Blood Donors Registration Week

Date: 2 February 1944

Reference: Canadian Red Cross Society, Nova Scotia Division Nova Scotia Archives MG 20 vol. 1369 95B

Women and Families Respond to War


The "Wrens" of the WRCNS take over shore jobs to free men for sea service

Date: December 1944

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives D779 C2 C3 1944

Women and Families Respond to War


This Wren is mixing chemicals in a photographic laboratory

Date: December 1944

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives D779 C2 C3 1944

Women and Families Respond to War


Wrens work in photographic dark rooms

Date: December 1944

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives D779 C2 C3 1944

Women and Families Respond to War



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