Stanley and Evelyn Mann fonds. – 191-]-1944. – 6 cm of textual records and graphic material.
F.1 Seven family photographs of Evelyn and Stanley as children with their siblings and one father, [191-]
F.2 Evelyn Austin: Ontario high school admission certificate: 5 July 1927; Lower School examination certificates, June 1928, June 1929; Northern Vocation School Toronto report card, June 1931. Also a newsclipping containing a graduation photograph of Stanley.
F.3 Two photographs of Evelyn with a female friend or sister, [193-?]
F.4 Eleven wedding photographs and wedding certificate, 9 August 1941
F.5 Two photographs of Evelyn and Stanley together before he joined the Air Force; one is dated 1942
F.6 Photograph of office staff, possibly the Toronto stationers firm where Stanley was employed
F.7 Letter of appointment as a pilot officer from J. Laxdal, Squadron Leader, No. 1 Air Observer School, Malton, n.d.
F.8 Eight photographs of Stanley in uniform before leaving Canada: two are with Evelyn, one is with Evelyn and his (possibly her) parents, ca. 1943
F.9 One photograph of “Course No. 80, No. 1 A.O.S. Malton, Toronto, Nov.1943”; group photograph taken in mess hall
F.10 1943 Regimental Officers Handbook
F.11 Letters from Stanley to his Evelyn: 7 May 1944, 11 May 1944
F.12 Photographs taken in Stafford, England and in Scotland. Several have been captioned by Stanley for his Evelyn. They include: 7 photographs of an airplane in flight; photograph of a group of air force personnel in front of a plane – names and hometowns written on back; 4 photographs on leave in Stafford; 4 photographs at base in Scotland; 10 photographs with location not noted but some contain captions about activities.
F.13 Correspondence with Evelyn notifying her of her husband’s promotion to flying officer, his death, and his funeral: 21 April 1944-6 September 1944.
F.14 Seventeen photographs of Stanley’s funeral and gravesite in the District Cemetery, Chester
F.15 Newsclipping about Stanley’s death in a flying accident in England.
Photograph of “D Flight, Course 73, No. 1 I.T.S., F.C.A.F, Toronto, 15 March 1943; group photograph. Location: M.C. 37.
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