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  • Creator is exactly "Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Central Depository"

A letter about Reg's personal effects including an inventory.

The letter advises that Ted's personal effects will be sent by train.

Mentions that they have forwarded Flying Officer K Gill's flying log book.

Notes her change of address and regrets that they were not in a position to give information on her husbands effects as they had not been received yet.

Glad to note her husband was safe as a prisoner of war. Advises her that effects could not be released without written authority of the prisoner himself. Ask her to forward any letter from him to this respect.

Notes her husbands national saving certificates were held in safe custody at their office and could only be released to her on written instructions of her husband.

Torn off top of letter, reference Flying Officer K Gill

One letter includes reference to the different procedure for a serviceman presumed killed in action (after missing in action for more than six months) or a prisoner of war. One letter is in reply to one from Isabel in which she asks about a missing…
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