Commander Edward Gummer laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Cranbrook, B.C. 1968: 0472.0024
0472.0024: Commander Edward Gummer laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Cranbrook, B.C. 1968
Past Zone Commander Edward Gummer here lays a wreath in memory of Canadians who died during the First and Second World Wars. The brief ceremony at the Cenotaph Saturday was part of the observance marking Vimy Ridge and V.E. Day. Following the parade to the Cenotaph veterans of both wars gathered at the Legion for a social.
Medium: Photograph - Image
Date: Circa May 9, 1966
Source: The Cranbrook Townsman
Collection: Columbia Basin Institute (0472)
Cities Cranbrook Parks, Monuments Cenotaph
Cities Cranbrook Street Names Baker Street
Military Wars World War I
Military Wars World War II
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