The 48 Highlanders
Group of Officers of the 134th Battalion (48th Highlanders), C.E.F., 1915-16. Library and Archives Canada
4th Platoon of 134th Battalion, CEF, at Toronto, 1916. Library and Archives Canada
The 134th Battalion (48th Highlanders) marching past a reviewing stand and the Duke of Connaught, Maj.-General Sir Sam Hughes, and Lt. General Turner, http://15thbattalioncef.ca/134th-battalion/
Soldiers of the 134th Battalion with family members
8th Platoon, 134th Battalion, at Camp Borden, August 1916. Library and Archives Canada
Rugby Team, 134th Battalion, Library and Archives Canada
A Soldier of the 134th Battalion. Public Domain.
Bombing section No. 4 platoon No. 1 Company 15th Battalion 13 Aug 1917 prior to Hill 70. Privates Estaffe, Blackall and Hunter KIA. Banton commissioned. Foster, McKenna, Kemp, Erwin and Turk survive war. from http://15thbattalioncef.ca/war-art/
Pipe Band of the 134th Battalion C.E.F., at Camp Borden, August 1916. Library and Archives Canada
Soldiers of the 134th Battalion. Public Domain.
Eleven more photos will be posted tomorrow.