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  • WWI Group - Lieutenant S. Graham
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WWI Group - Lieutenant S. Graham


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WWI Group - Lieutenant S. Graham

1914-15 Star (110200 PTE. S. GRAHAM. CAN. M. RIF.); British War and Victory Medal with oakleaves (LIEUT. S. GRAHAM. R.A.F.); and Queen Elizabeth II's Silver Jubilee Medal, Canada. Naming is officially impressed on the three WWI medals. Unmounted, crisp detail, extremely fine. Footnote: Stuart Graham was born in Newton Center, Massachusetts on September 2, 1893. He listed his place of residence as Wolfville, Nova Scotia when he signed his Attestion Paper in Montreal, on April 19, 1915 and stated his trade as Switchboard Operator.
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