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Records relating to Harold William Booth (April 14, 1920 - January 2, 1983) and his sister and brother-in law Doris and William (Bill) Scheiffert of Regina, Saskatchewan as follows:
35 original letters, greeting cards and telegrams written by Harold Booth to Doris and Bill Scheiffert while he was in active service as a member of the Regina Eighteenth Anti-Tank Regiment [2nd Canadian Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Canadian Army, Canadian Army Overseas] at Camp Shilo, Manitoba and in Europe (England, France, Holland and Germany) during World War II, 1940-1945.
Letter dated July 9, 1943 from the Department of National Defence (Army) to Mrs. Doris Scheiffert regarding Gnr. Harold William Booth.
Obituary for Harold William Booth, likely from The Leader-Post, Regina, 1983.
Photocopy of three World War II German army badges; a Belgian postage stamp; and two clothing coupons.
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Harold William Booth in military uniform, 1939. Image taken by Regina City Studio, 1735 Rose Street, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Studio portrait of William and Doris Scheiffert taken in 1938 by Regina City Studio, 1735 Rose Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. Doris Scheiffert is holding a bouquet of flowers in her arms.