Six soldiers of the 17th Field Regiment pose with a large Krupp artillery gun. Sgt. Peter Powless from Indian Head is identified in the photograph. The Krupp proving grounds were at Meppen, Germany, just 70 km southeast of Winschoten, the Netherlands, where the regiment was stationed after WWII.
A black 3-ring letter-sized binder containing about 50 pages of a War Diary of the 17th Field Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery from 1945. The first page is also a pair of emails in 2009 between Mark Zuehlke and Gordie Bannerman about the diaries.
A letter from the burgomaster (mayor) and aldermen of Winschoten, Netherlands, in 1984 to Mr. and Mrs. F. Comandina-Walstra about the 17th Field Regiment Association's trip to Winschoten earlier that year and saying that multiple copies of the group photo were enclosed for everyone who was on the trip.
10 legal-size pages with names, regimental numbers and ranks of men serving in the 17th Field Regiment, which included the combined 60/76th Field Battery, who embarked from Liverpool to Naples in September, 1943. It does not say which battery each soldier belonged to.