Fonds - Bill Kenyon fonds

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Bill Kenyon fonds

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  • [194-] (Creation)
    Kenyon, Bill, 1904-

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4 photographs;1 leaf

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Bill Kenyon was born in 1904. He trained as a reservist at Nanaimo Army Camp for two weeks during World War II. In 1999, he was living in Duncan, B.C.

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Materials were forwarded by the Cowichan Valley Museum.

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Fonds consists of photographs of the Nanaimo Army Camp including views of the camp and the members of the 13th Field Ambulance Corps and a programme for a military show and exhibition held at the civic arena.

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BCAUL control number: NCAI-139

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