Nova Scotia Archives

J.A.D. McCurdy

and the Silver Dart: Canada's 'First Aerial Navigator'


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J.A.D. McCurdy and unidentified man standing by an engine, likely from the Silver Dart

Date: ca. 1959

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 10


Coffin of J.A.D. McCurdy descending the staircase at Erskine and American United Church, Sherbrooke Street, Montreal

Date: 28 June 1961

Photographer: National Defence Photograph, #PL 126761

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 19b


Funeral procession of J.A.D. McCurdy moving west on Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, from Erskine and American United Church

Date: 28 June 1961

Photographer: National Defence Photograph, #PL 126759

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 24b


The McCurdy family walking through the honour guard after landing to attend the memorial service for J.A.D. McCurdy in Cape Breton

Date: 8 July 1961

Photographer: R.C.A.F. Photograph

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 28


Military and gathered family and friends for the committal service for J.A.D. McCurdy, Baddeck, N.S.

Date: 8 July 1961

Photographer: R.C.A.F. Photograph

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 31


Fly-past by R.C.A.F. Sabre Jets paying a final tribute to J.A.D. McCurdy at his committal service, Baddeck

Date: 8 July 1961

Photographer: R.C.A.F. Photograph

Reference: J.A.D. McCurdy Nova Scotia Archives 2007-058 vol. 004 no. 38


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