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Nursing Sisters' Memorial

Type: Document

The Nursing Sisters' Memorial is located in the Hall of Honour in the centre block on Parliament Hill. The sculptor was Mr. G.W. Hill, R.C.A., of Montréal. The completed panel was mounted in the Hall of Honour during the summer of 1926. In the Programme given at the presentation on Parliament Hill, the artist interprets the sculptured panel.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Hector Pellerin - Singer, Pianist, Actor (1887 - 1953) - WW1 Era Musicians

Type: DocumentSoundImage

Hector Pellerin had a large following in French-speaking parts of Canada and the United States. He recorded primarily between 1916 and 1928 and was well known for his frequent appearances in French operettas, plays, and cabarets.

Site: Library and Archives Canada

Digital War Art

Type: ImageDocument

Reji Martin has used the tools of today to remember the battles of the past. In this collection of 'Virtual' oil pastels, the terrible beauty of people and places involved in war has been caught using a computer program.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Henri (Enrique) Miro - Composer, Conducter, Critic - WW1 Era Musicians

Type: DocumentSoundImage

Spanish-born musician Henri Miro was an active participant in the musical scene in Montreal from the turn of the twentieth century. Miro enjoyed moderate local and national success as a composer and director of concert music and musical theatre, and was featured on radio broadcasts and popular recordings.

Site: Library and Archives Canada

Leading WREN, by war artist Margaret Kathleen MacLeod

Type: Image

An electronic reproduction of the watercolour on paper artwork, "Leading WREN," created by Margaret Kathleen MacLeod.

Site: Canadian War Museum

Biography of artist C. Anthony Law

Type: DocumentImage

Commander Anthony Law had a long and distinguished career as a naval officer and also worked as a professional artist. Includes a brief biography of this Canadian war artist and some of his works.

Site: Canadian War Museum

Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Biographical Note

Type: Document

A brief biography of the war artist describing the motivation behind her paintings.

Site: Library and Archives Canada

Pierre Aurèle Asselin - Biography - WW1 Era Musicians

Type: DocumentSoundImage

Pierre-Aurèle Asselin, born in Sainte-Famille on l'Île d'Orléans near Québec City, became a predominant Canadian Opera singer in the 1920's. He specialized in recording arias from French operas, songs from operettas, and classics. Includes recordings of some of his works.

Site: Library and Archives Canada

Off to St. John, by war artist Margaret Kathleen MacLeod

Type: Image

An electronic reproduction of the watercolour on paper artwork, "Off to St. John," created by Margaret Kathleen MacLeod in 1944.

Site: Canadian War Museum

Screened Road 'A' (unfinished), by war artist Alexander Young Jackson

Type: Image

An electronic reproduction of the oil on canvas artwork, "Screened Road 'A' (unfinished)," created by A.Y. Jackson in 1918.

Site: Canadian War Museum