Malvern Collegiate cadets undergo A.R.P. training. The Malvern Collegiate Cadet Corps - which is composed of 600 boys and 300 girls, all of whom share the same training program - was inspected yesterday. These two youthful soldiers, garbed in respirators and air raid wardens' helmets demonstrate the proper way to handle a fire bomb. A.R.P. training is part of the cadet program at Malvern. Open in full size

Malvern Collegiate cadets undergo A.R.P. training. The Malvern Collegiate Cadet Corps - which is composed of 600 boys and 300 girls, all of whom share the same training program - was inspected yesterday. These two youthful soldiers, garbed in respirators and air raid wardens' helmets demonstrate the proper way to handle a fire bomb. A.R.P. training is part of the cadet program at Malvern.

Picture, 1942, English

Malvern Collegiate cadets undergo A.R.P. training. The Malvern Collegiate Cadet Corps - which is composed of 600 boys and 300 girls, all of whom share the same training program - was inspected yesterday. These two youthful soldiers, garbed in respirators and air raid wardens' helmets demonstrate the proper way to handle a fire bomb. A.R.P. training is part of the cadet program at Malvern.

Picture, 1942, English

Notes

Image published in Toronto Star, 12 May 1942, p. 4.

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

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Canada - Ontario - Toronto - Schools - M

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0114888f