Author:JOHN F.P. TATE, 14TH BATTERY C.F.A

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1915 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY HANDWRITTEN BY A YOUNG, CHARMING, PERSONABLE TORONTO MAN PREPARING TO TRAVEL OVERSEAS AND FIGHT THE HUNS

By: JOHN F.P. TATE, 14TH BATTERY C.F.A.

Price: $1,285.99

Publisher: TORONTO ONTARIO CANADA, 1915

Seller ID: 0001628

Condition: Good+


On offer is a super, original manuscript relic of World War I training taking place in Toronto Canada in 1915 handwritten by the entertaining, erudite and personable John F.P. Tate of Macpherson Avenue in Toronto. Originally 14th Battery Canadian Field Artillery then transferred to Canadian Railway Overseas Construction Corps May 5th 1915. Dated January 16th through June 12th John shines as he details with a great deal of verve his experiences. He also does a good job of detailing some of old Toronto. We learn a great deal of his duties and free time activities which include training at the Ex... View more info