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Brigadier-General Raymond Brutinel fonds Series English
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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).

Photographs and postcards series

This series consists of photographs, postcards, and slides depicting Brutinel, his family, the 1st Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, and Brutinel's properties in France (Chateau du Couloume, Chateau de Bordaberry, and the La Hutte villa). The series contains 2014.22.01 to 2014.22.102.

Personal papers

This series consists of Brutinel's personal papers, which includes correspondence, reports, and interview transcripts concerning his World War I service; correspondence and newspaper articles related to his World War II activities; military and civic certificates and distinctions; his passport and identity card; general correspondence; and 3 hard-cover volumes of his history on the Canadian Machine Gun Corp. The series is arranged into 6 files: World War I service (2014.22.103), World War II activities (2014.22.104), Decorations and distinction (2014.22.105), Civil documents (2014.22.106), Banque Adam (2014.22.107), and Correspondence (2014.22.108).

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).

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.