During the Second World War, Donald Fulford happened upon a box of glass slides (and the accompanying wooden slide viewer) in an abandoned house in France. These items remained in the family and were brought forward to the World War One Thunder Bay Centennial Project by his grandson, Calvin Fors. The images on the slides depict scenes, sometime graphic ones, from the front lines of the First World War. The scanned images can be accessed through the Gateway to Northwestern Ontario History. Please note that some images contain graphic content.
Some of the slides from Fulford are used in this article.