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Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel fonds
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Family papers series

This series consists of condolence letters written to Pierre Brutinel at the death of his father and a collection of newspaper clippings of obituaries for Brutinel, 1964. There is also correspondence between the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and Pierre in 1978 regarding his father's gravestone. This series is comprised of file 2014.22.111.

Property series

This series consists of correspondence, legal documents, and maps and plans related to Chateau du Couloume and Chateau de Bordaberry. The series is arranged into two files: Chateau du Couloume (2014.22.109) and Bordaberry (2014.22.110).

Military parade of armoured vehicles

This photograph depicts a parade of the armoured vehicles of the Motor Machine Gun Brigade along Rideau Street in Ottawa, going in front of Chateau Laurier where the first recruits were enrolled in 1914. This photograph was taken by the Surveyor General's Office in Ottawa.

Fuel vehicle from 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade

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

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.

Field ambulance from 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade

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

Armoured vehicle from 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade

This photograph depicts an armoured vehicle from the 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, which was commanded by Brutinel. The vehicle is manned by two drivers in the front and four gunners in the back. Several different vehicles are parked in the background. This photograph was taken by the Surveyor General's Office in Ottawa.

Line up of six vehicles

This photograph depicts six vehicles of the 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade commanded by Brutinel parked side by side in a field, with the drivers facing the front. From right to left: the lead vehicle, armoured vehicle, three transport vehicles, and a field ambulance. The 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.

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