Object is a blue wool Royal Canadian Air Force cap from World War II with a velvet and leather-like band and straw inside. The crest on the front displays a bird and crown in metal and thread embroidery. Size 7 1/4, made by Muir Cap Co. Limited, Toronto, "Contractors to the dominion Government". The hat is lined with red fabric and plastic/vinyl and is from the Robert N. Thompson collection.
Object is a metal medal attached to a ribbon and a pin, from the "Royal Life Saving Society, Canada," in a plastic case with foam in the bottom. "Alberta and Territories Branch, Benefactor" is engraved on the back of the medal.
Object is a certificate reading "The Government of the Province of Alberta Prosperity certificate, Issued August 5, 1936", signed by William Aberhart - Social Credit, AB Premier 1935-43 and the Provincial Treasurer who's signature is unreadable. Writing in the corner reads "Presented to RN Thompson - 9 Sept 64". The certificate is framed in a black wooden frame.
Object is a silver souvenir coin. The front side of the coin features an image of President Chiang Kai-Shek. The rim is inscribed with text. The coin features Chinese characters above the President's image, reading when roughly translated "---." The English text below reads "Greatest Anti-Communist Prophet: Pres. Chiang Kai-Shek (1887-1975) of the Republic of China." The opposing features the emblem of the World Anti-Communist League, reading "W.A.C.L." in the center. Above reads "Freedom For All Mankind," as well as chinese characters below that read when roughly translated "---." Below reads in english "From Dr. Clement C.P. Chang President, ROC Chapter World Anti-Communist League." | Object is a velvet coin cast. the outside is a dark blue velvet with gold hinges and rim around the opening. The inside features plastic, white edging, with the lower portion of the case featuring a red velvet holder inset with a plastic circle, wherein the coin is. The upper portion of the case is made of white satin, stamped with a gold W.A.C.L. emblem. A white satin ribbon is sewn diagonally across the left side of the satin, with a square piece of yellow paper. It reads in English "WACL Souvenir Coin Diameter: 3.4cm Thickness: 3mm Ingredients: 95% Pure Silver Weight: 27.5g."
Object is a World Anti-Communist League coin set in a red velvet box. The coins are gold and silver-coloured, reading "Freedom for All Mankind, Pres. Chang Kai-Shek of R.O.C. 1887-1975". The president is pictured on the front with the WACL logo on the back. For the 20th WACL conference, August 16-23, 1987, in Taipei.