Aircrew

PDentonDH20087.jpg
PDentonDH20088.jpg

Title

Aircrew

Description

Dennis Denton with four other aircrew, on the reverse,'Taken at Blickling Hall, July 1943', 'Left to right [?] Clutton, Les Heagerty, myself, Ted Pennell'. Also a note to Miss O'Keefe, Church Farm, explaining that he had cycled over to see her but she was out'.

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One b/w photograph

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IBCC Digital Archive

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PDentonDH20087, PDentonDH20088

Transcription

[photograph]

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[underlined] Miss O'Keeffe, Church Farm [/underlined]

Called this after noon but could get no reply. Letters must still be sent to Oulton [?].
Please don't mention my move or that I have called, in your letters as they are censored and I am not supposed to let any one know I have moved. Don't worry if you are not getting my letters, I can explain why when I see you. I am quite near you – 20 miles which I cycled this after noon – to no avail. I will call again another day if I can. I cannot phone or telegraph. All letters are strictly censored.

If you want to write about my visit say a "Mr Smith" called or something of the sort.

Forgive this rambling epistle – Dennis.

[inserted] Fulmer 263. Taken at Blickling Hall July 1943

Left to right
[indecipherable name]
Les Heagerty [?]
Myself
Ted [indecipherable surname]

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Citation

“Aircrew,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 22, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/25193.

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