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 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.
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.
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.