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Joseph Robert (Bob) Armstrong Lyons - Section 3

This section contains one photo postcard of the Regimental Band of the 94th Victoria Regiment "Argyll Highlanders" taken in 1911, and an undated newspaper clipping photo and caption pertaining to the same photo of the band.

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Regimental Band

94th Victoria Regiment "Argyll Highlanders"

Camp Aldershot, NS

1911

The band was from Glace Bay, NS.

Front Row, Left to Right:
1.  Joe Valentine
2.  Grover Hull (sitting)
3.  Sam Mosley (kneeling)
4. Jack Johnstone (sitting)
5.  Sol Green (kneeling)
6.  Tom Fraser (to left of drum)
7.  John MacNaughton (to right of drum)
8.  Dan MacKeigan (sitting)
9.  Donald Weir (kneeling)
10.  Archie Ferguson (?)
11.  Robert (Bob) Lyons 
12.  J. Taylor MacDonald

Back Row, Left to Right:
1.  Sgt. Walter Carmichael (Bandmaster)
2.  Cpl. Allan MacDonald
3.  Rannie MacDonald
4.  George Weir
5.  James Mosley
6.  Stewart Ingraham
7.  Alex McLeod
8.  Norman MacDonald
9.  (?)
10.  Noddie Morrison
11.  Sgt. Ralph Bramwell
12.  Charles Anderson

The name on the large bass drum is Prince Albert Band.

Where legible, the names listed above are as written in pen on the back of a similar photo.

Photographer:  E. Graham, Windsor, NS
Ref. Number:  18-5 (5-1.1)
Image Information:  Received as electronic file
Source:  Terry McCully Collection, Calgary, Alberta
 


Reverse of the Above Postcard

The postcard is from Robert Lyons and is address to his wife in Glace Bay.
 


Newspaper Clipping

Regimental Band

94th Victoria Regiment "Argyll Highlanders"

Camp Aldershot, NS

1911

Undated newspaper clipping photo and caption, probably post WW1. The photo is the same as the photo in the previous photo postcard image. The caption provides information on the band and its members.

Ref. Number:  18-5 (9-5.0)
Newspaper:  Unidentified
Date:  Undated 
Image Information:  Received as electronic file
Source:  Terry McCully Collection, Calgary, Alberta
 

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