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Ethel Buck fonds
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Jean Goff

Studio portrait of Jean Goff during World War II. This photo was sent to Ethel Buck, Ray Rappel's cousin, with whom she corresponded during the war.

Ethel Buck's Registration Certificate

Dominion of Canada Registration Certificate for Ethel Louise Buck in June 1943, registered under the National Registration Regulations, 1940. As part of the war-time measures act, all Canadian citizens were required to be registered and, as the card states, "This certificate must always be carried upon the person of the registrant". It was also used for elections, and Ethel is registered as to her Electoral District (Peace River) and her Polling Division (Spirit River).

Ethel Buck fonds

  • GPR 0597
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1942-1950]

The fonds consists of 14 photographs of Ethel Foote, her cousin Ray Rappel, Jean Goff and Ray's other friends in England, and Ray's wife Rosina. There is also Ethel's war registration card, and a 16 page letter from Rosina to Ethel in September 1944, written in response to Ethel's first letter to her. At the time, Rosina was already married/engaged to Ray and had applied to come to Canada.

Buck, Ethel

Ray & Ina Rappel

Ray Rappel and his English bride, Rosina (Ina) back in Spirit River.