Letter to Harold Fry's father from the air ministry

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Title

Letter to Harold Fry's father from the air ministry

Description

Glass negative photograph of letter. Writes they had now concluded that his son had lost his life and his death had been presumed to have occurred on 29 January 1944.

Date

1944-11

Temporal Coverage

Language

Format

Glass negative and envelope

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Rights

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Contributor

Identifier

MFryHL413129-200304-02

Transcription

[envelope]
GLASS NEGATIVE
[page break]
AIR MINISTRY
(Casualty Branch)
73-77 OXFORD STREET
LONDON. W.1.
November 1944.
P.413129/7/44/P.4.(b)

Sir,
I am commanded by the Air Council to state that in view of the lapse of time and the absence of any further news regarding your son, Acting Flight Lieutenant H. L. Fry, since the date on which he was reported missing, they must regretfully conclude that he has lost his life, and his death has now been presumed, for official purposes, to have occurred on the 29th January, 1944.
The Council desire me to express again their sympathy with you and Mrs. Fry in the anxiety which you have suffered, and in your bereavement.
I am, Sir,
your obedient Servant,
[signature indecipherable]

L. Fry, Esq.,
159, South Park Drive,
Ilford,
Essex.

Collection

Citation

“Letter to Harold Fry's father from the air ministry,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 2, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/29817.

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