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Memorial Number: 35091-022
Type: two bronze plaques on either side of the outside door
Location: Victoria College
Address: needs further research
Reference: main doorway
Toronto, ON
Surveyor: S.M. Drummond

These memorials are dedicated to the students of Victoria College who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars. The First World War plaque was erected by the Alumni and Alumnae Associations while the Second World War plaque was erected by the Board of Regents.


[1st plaque/1re plaque]
THEY WERE VALIANT IN LIFE, TRIUMPHANT IN DEATH.
[COLLEGE CREST AND MOTTO IN LATIN/ÉCUSSON DU COLLÈGE ET DEVISE EN LATIN]
ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF THE STUDENTS OF THIS COLLEGE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR
1914 - 1918.
[NAMES OF STUDENTS/NOMS DES ÉTUDIANTS]
THIS TABLET WAS PRESENTED TO VICTORIA COLLEGE BY THE ALUMNI & ALUMNAE ASSOCIATIONS & DEDICATED OCT 13, 1923.

[2nd plaque/2e plaque]
THEY WERE VALIANT IN LIFE, TRIUMPHANT IN DEATH.
[COLLEGE CREST AND MOTTO IN LATIN/ÉCUSSON DU COLLÈGE ET DEVISE EN LATIN]
ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF THE STUDENTS OF THIS COLLEGE WHOGAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR 1939 - 1945.
[NAMES OF STUDENTS/NOMS DES ÉTUDIANTS]
THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS & DEDICATED OCT 13TH, 1953.