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Photograph of nurses and officers on board the re-christened HMCS LETITIA, April 1945

Nurses and officers on board the re-christened HMCS Letitia, April 1945
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List of nursing sisters embarked on the S.S. LETITIA, May 5, 1917

List of nursing sisters embarked on the S.S. Letitia, May 5, 1917
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First World War poster honouring THE SISTERS OF THE RED CROSS WHO HAVE PERISHED IN HOSPITAL SHIPS SUNK BY GERMAN SUBMARINES

First World War poster honouring "the Sisters of the Red Cross who have perished in Hospital Ships sunk by German Submarines."
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Photograph of a hospital ship docking at Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 29, 1917

Hospital ship docking at Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 29, 1917
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Shipwreck Investigations