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Title St. John Ambulance First Aid Certificate
Date 1943
Object Name Certificate
Catalog Number 1980.3.7
Scope & Content Made of Paper/Ink. Thick white paper with black and red ink. In the top left corner is the St. John Ambulance emblem underneath in black ink is: " Parton His Majesty the King Sovereign Head and Patron of the Order" From top to bottom the certificate reads: " The Commandery in Canada of The Grand Priory in the Briish Realm of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jersusalem The St. John Ambulance Association Ambulance Department For Instruction in First Aid, Home Nursing, Home Hygiene, and Sanitation.". "This is to Vertify that William M. Watson a certified pupil was Re-examined (red ink) for the first time on First Aid to the Injured (red ink) in the month of February 1943 under the juridiction of The Ontario Provincial Branch, at Woodstock and has satisfied the Medical Examiner. ". "Registered at Ottawa, Canada and at St. John's Gate, Clerkenwell, London, E.C.". On the back in black ink is the date and registration number " 47607 February 4, 1943." And an important notice explaining the rules of the certificate. There is also a stamp which reads " N.B. This regulation is not enforced during the period of the war.". First Aid to the injured re-certification certificate for William. M. Watson.
Year Range from 1943
Year Range to 1943
Extent of Description 14.5 x 20 cm.