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Letter from A.P. Sherwood - Tragedy on the home front - Did you know that...

RG 43, series A-1-2, vol. 432, file 11331
Letter from A.P. Sherwood, Chief Commissioner of the Dominion Police to the Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals
During the Great War, the Government of Canada ordered the protection of key Dominion public works including the Quebec Bridge. Sherwood, in this letter, writes to the Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals enquiring if the protection of the Quebec Bridge is still required from the Dominion Police now that the War is over.

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RG 43, series A-1-2, vol. 432, file 11331

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