Banting crash probed. Planes rushed to scene of wreck on Newfoundland coast
Evening Telegram (Toronto, Ont.)
Feburary 25 1941
10 columns ; 60 x 44 cm.
Item is a 2 page newspaper clipping with a series of articles about F. G. Banting and his death. Includes 7 photographs showing, F. G. Banting, Lady Heniretta, Bill Banting, Banting, William Snailham and Pilot J. C. Mackey. Subheadings read: 'Secret Anti-Gas Formula Being Rushed to Britain When Banting Met Death'; 'Banting was Impatient with Canada War Effort and Levity of Citizens'; 'Lady Banting Remains Calm Under Strain'; First of Insulin Patients Grieved at Banting Death'; 'Banting Loss Irreplaceable London Newspapers' Tribute'; 'Charmed Life is Credited to Pilot of Banting Plane.'; ' Banting Great Canadian and Leader in Research Fellow-Physicians Agree'; ' Banting Took Air and Tank War Strains.'
MS. COLL. 76 (Banting) Mapcase
Clipping. Evening Telegram, front page (Feb. 25, 1941)
Includes banner headline.
Title taken from headline
Banting, Frederick Grant, Sir, 1891-1941 - DeathMackey, Joseph CreightonBanting, Henrietta Lady, 1912-1976.Banting, William Robertson