Letter from RAF central depository to Harold Fry's father

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Title

Letter from RAF central depository to Harold Fry's father

Description

Writes that personal effect of his son had arrived at the depository. Asked to return enclosed form if he wanted the effects sent to him.

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Date

1944-03-10

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One page typewritten letter

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IBCC Digital Archive

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EHollidaySCFryL440310

Transcription

Central Depository,
Royal Air Force,
Colnbrook,
Slough, Bucks.
10th March 1944
In reply please quote
CD/BV15270

[underlined] 130598 A/F/L FRY H.L.[/underlined]

Dear Sir,
The personal effects of the above named as listed on the attached inventory, have been received from the Unit, and are held at at the Central Depository in safe custody.
Should you desire these effects to be sent to you and will kindly return to this office, duely signed and witnessed, the enclosed form of indemnity, arrangements will be made accordingly. A prepaid addressed label is enclosed for your reply.
May I be permitted to express my sympathy with you in this period of anxiety.

Yours faithfully,
(Signed) S.C. HOLLIDAY P/O
(For) Squadron Leader, COMMANDING,
R.A.F. Central Depository.

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

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Citation

S C Holliday, “Letter from RAF central depository to Harold Fry's father,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 1, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/29861.

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