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Collection RC0566 - Young Men's Christian Association of Canada

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Young Men's Christian Association of Canada

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RC0566

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  • 1917 (Creation)

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32 photographs pasted into a scrapbook: b&w

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Young Men's Christian Association of Canada (1851-)

Administrative history

The first YMCA in Canada opened in Montreal in 1851. Canadian YMCA War Services started fifteen years later. During the First World War they offered recreational and educational opportunities. This included the partnership with Canadian universities, known as Khaki College/University, to provide education and job training to prepare troops for their return to civilian life.

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The photographs have been pasted into a scrapbook. Some of the subject matter of the photographs is as follows: dugouts at Vimy Ridge, Passchendaele, and other locations, wounded soldiers being assisted, Trump-Line, Maple Leaf Concert Party, athletic events including a horse show, baseball, track and field, boxing, tug-of-war, General Currie, Little Theatre in London, and Khaki University of Canada (London Branch).

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Collection (40-1997) was purchased from Alexander Gallery, Ancaster, Ont. in December 1997.

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RC0566

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