Letter to N I Powell from Ministry of Education

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Letter to N I Powell from Ministry of Education

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Commiserates that he had not been able to return to studies and suggests he contacts ministry of national insurance to claim sickness benefit.

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One sided typewritten letter

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IBCC Digital Archive

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EDunmoreGAPowellNI500511

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
(AWARDS BRANCH)
14, BELGRAVE SQUARE . LONDON . S.W.1

Your reference: 0 53745

01 MAY 1950

Dear Sir,

I am sorry to hear from Hamble that you have not yet been able to return to your studies and hope that you will soon be well enough to resume your course. In the meantime, I would suggest that if you have not already done so, you approach the Ministry of National Insurance with a view to claiming sickness benefit. The Ministry of National Insurance will require to know the date on which your grant from this Department ceased – this letter will suffice to confirm that no payment has been made to you in respect of any period after the 31st March, 1950, nor will any further payment be made to enable you to resume your course.

Yours faithfully,

G A Dunmore

N.I. Powell Esq.,
39 Portsmouth Road,
Woolston,
Southampton.

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G A Dunmore Ministry of Education, “Letter to N I Powell from Ministry of Education,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 29, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/39549.

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