Women of World War II



A group of women with the Canadian Womens Training Corp. stand in formation wearing uniforms with ties on November 11th, 1941. This photo was taken in a field just south of Christ Church Anglican. The names of the women (in no particular order) are Phyllis Hunt, Alice Jones, Joy Johnston, Mrs. P.M. Hewitt, Jean Blake, Doreen Johnston, Mrs. Many Dufault, Clare Docker, Avril Dobbie, Audrey Cleland, Edna Robson, Mrs. Winn Weir, Dorothy Tegart and Eleanor Steel. If you have any more information, email us at info@columbiavalleypioneer.com .	Photo (A1449) courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society
A group of women with the Canadian Womens Training Corp. stand in formation wearing uniforms with ties on November 11th, 1941. This photo was taken in a field just south of Christ Church Anglican. The names of the women (in no particular order) are Phyllis Hunt, Alice Jones, Joy Johnston, Mrs. P.M. Hewitt, Jean Blake, Doreen Johnston, Mrs. Many Dufault, Clare Docker, Avril Dobbie, Audrey Cleland, Edna Robson, Mrs. Winn Weir, Dorothy Tegart and Eleanor Steel. If you have any more information, email us at info@columbiavalleypioneer.com . Photo (A1449) courtesy of the Windermere District Historical Society

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