COTC cadets
A photograph of four unidentified COTC cadets standing next to a tank.
COTC cadets at Shilo
A photograph of a bridge at Canadian Forces Base Shilo, sometime after World War I.
COTC cadets with anti-aircraft gun on campus
A photograph of five COTC cadets using an anti-aircraft gun on the University of Manitoba campus.
COTC cadets with anti-aircraft gun on campus
A photograph of five COTC cadets using an anti-aircraft gun on the University of Manitoba campus.
COTC curling team
A photograph of the COTC curling team. The four unidentified members are standing on a curling rink, holding brooms, with three rocks at their feet.
COTC members in formation
A photograph of COTC members in formation during training at Minto Armoury, circa 1939.
COTC staff officers & wives at Tri-Service Ball
A photograph of six college students at a COTC Tri-Service Ball.
COTC training poster
A poster advertising COTC first-year training.
Five COTC officers
A photograph of five unidentified COTC officers. This black-and-white photograph depicts the five sitting in front of and standing beside a table of plaques and trophies.
Kenneth Johnson
A photograph of new University of Manitoba COTC recruit Kenneth N. Johnson. Attached to this black-and-white headshot is a press release with details of the conditions of Johnson's enlistment, as well as biographical information about Johnson.
Kenneth Johnson
A photograph of newly-enlisted University of Manitoba COTC cadet Kenneth N. Johnson. Attached to this black-and-white headshot is a press release, dated 4 December 1959, stating the circumstances of Johnson's enrollment in the COTC as well as some biographical information about Johnson.
Programme for Reception To Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth
A booklet describing the programme of a reception to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England. The reception was held by the Government of Manitoba on Victoria Day, 1939 (celebrated 24 May that year). A photograph of the monarchs is included, as is the text of Premier John Bracken's "Address of Welcome to Their Majesties" and a list of the chairmen of various subcommittees related to the royal visit.
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The "Military" section of the University of Manitoba's 1942 Brown and Gold yearbook. This eight-page spread features photographs of the various companies of the COTC, information on the COTC and its commanding officers, and candid photographs.