Friday, 16 November 2012
McGill University War Records digitized
collection contains 6,617 index cards and more than 3,000 files containing newspaper clippings, correspondence and about 700 photos, documenting the involvement of McGill faculty, students, alumni, and staff during WWII.
The digitization was conducted largely by graduate-level students from McGill’s School of Information Studies.
This record collection is part of McGill Remembers.
McGill is now digitizing the 1926 commemorative volume, McGill Honour Roll 1914-1918, that will be online in early 2013. That publication is already digitized by Early Canadiana Online. Everyone can view the first few pages here; ECO subscribers have full access.
Thanks to Gail Dever for pointing out information at the QFHS website.
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