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Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel fonds File
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Banque Adam

This file consists of Brutinel's account of his resignation as president of Banque Adam in March 12, 1929 and the results of the investigation of Albert Oustric's management of the bank, published in 1952.


This file consists of correspondence, legal and financial documents, and maps and plans of Chauteau de Bordaberry. The records from 1944-1945 concern Brutinel's purchase of additional lands to add to the property. The records from 1956-1957 concern the sale of Bordaberry, which became a medical centre for children known as L'Enfant Roi. The maps and plans depict an aerial view of Bordaberry grounds, its surrounding properties, and layout of the buildings in the estate.

Civil documents

This file consists of Brutinel's civil and government documents, including his birth certificate, three voter registration cards, his French identity card issued in 1944, his French passport used between 1950-1954, and a disability card issued in 1957. There are also documents concerning Brutinel's burial plot and his death certificate.

Civil documents and genealogy

This file consists of correspondence between Baylaucq and the Ville de Tarbes archives requesting the marriage certificate and divorce papers of Brutinel and Marie Calamun. There is a photocopy of the marriage registry. There is also genealogical research done by Dominique Baylaucq of Brutinel's family tree.


This file consists of general correspondence of Brutinel. These include correspondence with Jeanne Baylaucq, 1941-1949, 1955-1960; the Canadian Machine Gun Corps Club, 1954-1961; Leonce Dussarat (Leon des Landes), 1949, 1959; Major Harry Logan, 1952-1964; Mark Marshall, 1956-1964; Mr. Powley with the CBC, 1962-1963; correspondence regarding Brutinel's burial arrangements, 1963; and correspondence about the development of the flag of Canada, 1964. This file is organized chronologically by the name of the correspondent.

Decorations and distinctions - WWI, WWII, and Civic

This file consists of certificates and correspondence of the various decorations and distinctions Brutinel received related to his World War I and World War II service, as well as civic honours. The military decorations and awards include: nine citations between 1916-1919; the Order of St Michael and St George (1918); Officier de la Legion d’Honneur (1918); Order of St Maurice and Lazarus (1918); Order of the Bath (1919); Commandeur de la Legion d’Honneur (1926); Croix D'Officier du Merite Agricole (1947); Medaille de la Recconnaissance Francaise (1952). Brutinel also received lifetime membership to the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Fifty-Year club in 1961.

La Hutte

This file consists of interior and exterior photographs of the villa, La Hutte, taken in 1926. Brutinel and his family lived in this villa at Rue de Fontaines in Sevres in 1923. Brutinel named it after the Chateau La Hutte near Armentieres where he had spent time on the front in December 1915. The villa was later sold to the Fagard family. This file also includes three cards: a greeting card annotated by Brutinel, one Christmas card from Madame Fagard from 1965, and a letter of condolence from Madame Fagard to Pierre Brutinel at the death of his father sent on Dec. 23, 1964. This file contains photographs 2014.22.88 to 2014.22.101

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