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

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Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children, collecting luggage on arrival in Halifax

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419b

Women and Families Respond to War


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419c

Women and Families Respond to War


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419d

Women and Families Respond to War


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children, eating lunch Ocean Terminals

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419e

Women and Families Respond to War


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children, eating lunch

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419f

Women and Families Respond to War


Dorothy and David Dobbs, British evacuee children, eating lunch yesterday, at the Canadian Immigration Shed

Date: 01 August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419a

Women and Families Respond to War


British Evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: Nova Scotia Bureau of Information Nova Scotia Archives NSIS no. 2316

Women and Families Respond to War


British Evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: Nova Scotia Bureau of Information Nova Scotia Archives NSIS no. 2314

Women and Families Respond to War


British Evacuee Children

Date: August 1941

Reference: Nova Scotia Bureau of Information Nova Scotia Archives NSIS no. 2315

Women and Families Respond to War


British Guest Children

Reference: Fred MacKinnon Nova Scotia Archives

Women and Families Respond to War


Dorothy and David Dobbs, British evacuee children, eating lunch yesterday, at the Canadian Immigration Shed

Date: 1941/08/01

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419a

Scenes of Nova Scotia in Wartime


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children, collecting luggage on arrival in Halifax

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419b

Scenes of Nova Scotia in Wartime


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419c

Scenes of Nova Scotia in Wartime


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419d

Scenes of Nova Scotia in Wartime


Several shots of a large group of people, including British evacuee children, eating lunch Ocean Terminals

Date: August 1941

Reference: E.A. Bollinger Nova Scotia Archives 1975-305 1941 no. 419e

Scenes of Nova Scotia in Wartime



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