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Canadian Corps research

The sub-series contains correspondence and war diaries primarily. Research collected from Sir Douglas Haig's diary, Du Cane memos as well as selections from the Bean and Monash collections. Rawlinson's diaries are also used.

Archival research

The sub-series consists of a mixture of military documents regarding the Australian and Canadian armies. The sub-series also includes researched collected from the John Monash diary.

Chronology

The sub-series consists of war diaries collected between 1915-1918. Instead of being sorted by division, Wise had organized them in chronological order.

Pre-December 1917

The sub-series consists of background information on World War I that Sydney Wise had collected. Included are articles, bibliographies, e-mail correspondence and groups and Internet articles relating to World War I. There are also clipped articles from original Military Affairs journals contained within this sub-series.

Division records

This sub-series consists of war diaries that Sydney Wise had separated by division. The war diaries look at divisions 1 through 4. The war diaries consist of in-depth information such as, location, date, hour and a summary of events and information. Another component of the divisional records is the summary of intelligence as well as operating orders. The summary of intelligence looks at such military aspects as, attitude of the enemy, artillery, trench mortars, machine gun and rifle fire, patrols, sniping, enemy movement, enemy defence and aircraft.

Historical: Rempel

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by John Ivan Rempel [ca. 1938] – 1983. Rempel was an architectural historian and architect wrote and worked in the areas of historic building technology and restoration.

The sub-series includes documents on various architectural and construction related topics, and documentation related to some of his consulting work, such as research for the Fort William reconstruction.

Historical: Valentine

This sub-series consists of reference material collected by Canadian architect Hugh Allen Inglis Valentine. Valentine was a sessional lecturer in the McGill University School of Architecture from 1957 to 1967, where Herb Stovel was also a student, graduating in 1972.

The material in this subseries consists of copies of the Architecture’s Portfolio series of collections of photographs illustrating architectural details, and other articles on architecture.

Geographic

This sub-series consists of grey literature, pamphlets, and documents related to various geographic locations visited by Herb Stovel during the course of his travel. The items collected include information and pamphlets on historic sites in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.

Teaching and Instruction

This sub-series consists of records created and accumulated by Herb Stovel during his time as an instructor at the the University of Vermont, Université de Montréal, Carleton University, and the University of Victoria.

This sub-series also includes material for workshops and guest lectures delivered to international, national, and local organizations.

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