Comforts for soldiers

During the First World War, the YMCA was a major supplier of comforts to soldiers, which were often distributed through huts like this one, at the large Canadian camp at Witley, in the south of England.

"Canadian Y.M.C.A., No. 1 Hut, Witley Camp," F. Frith & Co. Ltd., Reigate, n.d. [1917]

John Irvine Collection - London, Ontario
postcard, 8.8cm x 13.7cm