Item IHM.2021.0543 - Lt-Col Joseph Glenn

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Lt-Col Joseph Glenn

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  • [ca. 1916] (Creation)
    Saskatoon (Sask.)

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1 photograph: b&w; 35 x 43cm

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Joseph Glenn in full military uniform on a rearing horse

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Top Reads: "Col. Joseph Glenn, the owner of a farm in the Katepwa school district, commanding officer of the Battalion of Highlanders, recruited at Saskatoon." As a young man, Joseph Glenn was a dispatch rider during the North-West Resistance and, in WWI, was in charge of the Canadian Forestry Division - headquartered on the grounds of Windsor castle. In 1912, he was elected as a Conservative member of the provincial legislature. See Indian Head history book pp 400-401.

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