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Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel fonds
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Research series

This series consists of research material about Brutinel's life. It includes several biographical sketches about Brutinel, correspondence between Baylaucq and the Ville de Tarbes archives to obtain Brutinel's marriage and divorce papers, and Brutinel's genealogy. There is also correspondence between Pierre Brutinel and Jack Wallace, a researcher who worked on a biography of Brutinel. An excerpt of Wallace's manuscript is also included. This series is arranged into three files: Biography (2014.22.112), Civil documents and Genealogy (2014.22.113), and Jack Wallace (2014.22.114).

Vehicle from 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade

This photograph depicts a vehicle from the 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade. which was commanded by Brutinel. Two men are sitting in the front seat and two men in the back seat. Stencilled on the side of the car is "1st A.M.G.B. Ottawa, A Battery O.C." This photograph was taken by the Surveyor General's Office in Ottawa.

Vehicles of the 1st Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade moving to the Rockcliffe Ranges, Ottawa.

This photograph depicts six vehicles of the 1st Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade moving to the Rockcliffe Ranges, Ottawa, for inspection by the Governor General. All variants of the 20 trucks purchased from the Auto Car Company of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, can be seen. Right to left: officers' liaison vehicle, "Auto Car" armoured car, couple of general transport vehicles, shop van, and ambulance. This photograph was taken by the Surveyor General's Office in Ottawa.

World War I Service

This file consists of records related to Brutinel's service in World War I. The file includes correspondence from 1914-1915; Brutinel's army correspondence book; a report titled "Interim Report on the Operations of the Canadian Corps during the year 1918" written by Brutinel in 1918; a record of operations that took place on August 8-10, 1918; a newspaper article and photographs from the unveiling of the memorial plaque in Chateau Laurier in 1958; manuscripts of "Regimental History of the 11th Machine Gun Battalion" by Lt. Col. Francis Layton; transcripts of Brutinel's interview with CBC about the Machine Gun Corps; and the 3-volume set of "The History of the Canadian Machine Gun Corps, CEF" from 1919, written by Major H.T. Logan, Captain M.R. Levey, and assisted by Brutinel.

World War II Activities

This file consists of correspondence, documents, and newspaper articles related to Brutinel's activities during World War II. It includes correspondence from Marie Calamun to Jeanne Baylaucq, documents for safe passage for Brutinel in France, a telegraph from Buckingham palace, and newspaper articles and a photograph of Sir Winston Churchill's stay at Brutinel's Chateau de Bordaberry in 1945.

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