Orange Lodge. Orange Hall Board (Protestant Association Trustee Board) minute book
Letter: April 2, 1916: S.T. Medd to Mrs. Medd. He's on the course at Shorncliffe and is despondent about getting to the front. Family and local affairs. Describes a dinner party to which he was invited.
Letter: S.T. Medd to his wife, Estelle, whom he addresses as “Stell,” 10 February 1916.
Letter: June 10, 1916: S.T. Medd to Mrs. Medd, discussing the problem of mail going astray. Gives new address, Strathcona House, Canadian Cavalry Depot, Army Post Office, London, England. Property prices in Peterborough and possible population shifts. Is pleased to have been transferred back to the calvary.
Orange Lodge. J.W. Bell Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1175, Royal Arch Purple Degree, minute book
Letter: Arthur Ackerman, France, to Sid Medd, 12 November 1915, thanking him for cigarettes. He is at G.H.Q. taking a course on maps at a cadet school.
Letter: S.T. Medd, North Bramshott Camp, near Liphook, Hants, England, to his wife, Estelle, whom he addresses as “Stell,” 5 December 1915. He hopes that Arthur will get leave from France shortly and visit him.
Letter: S.T. Medd, North Bramshott Camp, near Liphook, Hants, England, to his wife, Estelle, whom he addresses as “Stell,” 28 November 1915. He describes the camp and living conditions and writes about family matters.
Letter: Arthur Ross Ackerman, Bustard Camp, Salisbury Plains, to his sister [in Canada], 25 October 1914, describing living conditions and camp life, English reaction to the coming of the Canadians, and expressing a general feeling that they might not be needed at all.