Browse Items (2130 total)

  • Type is exactly "Text. Correspondence"

SEllamsG49286v20023-0004-0001.jpg
Written before they were married when George Ellams was at Buckeburg.

SEllamsG49286v20023-0003-0001.jpg
Written before they were married when George Ellams was at Margate.

SEllamsG49286v20023-0001.jpg
Letter written before they were married when George was at Ramsgate.

SEllamsG49286v20019.jpg
Letter from his previous Commanding Officer now in Air Ministry, congratulations on the award of his Air Force Cross.

SEllamsG49286v20026.jpg
From unit Officer Comanding at Harrogate to George Ellams's Station Commander at RAF Thirsk.

SEllamsG49286v20039.jpg
From Air Vice Marshal Porter on the event of George Ellams receiving an honour.

MEllamsG49286-161006-09.jpg
The printed award notification from the Central Chancery.

PLawsonHA16010021.jpg
A letter to Homer asking him to return to work

PLawsonHA16010009.jpg
Two items from a photo album.
Item 1 is a Post Office Saving Bank book issued at RAF Melbourne, York.
Item 2 is a letter to Homer from the King. He regrets not being able to give him personally his DFC. It is annotated 'Original held with the DFC…

PLawsonHA16010004.jpg
A message from the RAF welcoming Homer Lawson into the RAF.

MAtkinsonA1042303-190610-01.jpg
Arthur Atkinson's mess bill from the Sergeant's Mess RAF Turweston

ESherwood[Mo]-M-JRedgraveJMXX1012.jpg
A short letter accompanying a gift from her mother, Milly and Joyce.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM401029.jpg
The telegram asks Jessie to come to Boultham, Lincoln.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM400727.jpg
The telegram asks Jessie to meet him at Teddington, that night.

EMoyanWSRedgraveJM410527.jpg
The letter accompanies a postal draft for £5 19/2 being the Service estate of Harry Redgrave.

E[Author]NRedgraveHC350930.jpg
A telegram sent to Harry on his wedding day from his Aunt Nellie.

PRedgraveHC15170004.jpg
A postcard with a view of Teddington Suspension bridge to Harry from his mother.

EWattADRedgraveJM400704-0001.jpg
Letter in reply to one written by Jessie Redgrave, sympathising with her having to leave her home and inviting them to visit when the war is over.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM400927-0001.jpg
Harry writes to Jessie telling her of elements of his service life & duties including navigating a Hampden from Finningley to Hendon, and his input to their domestic life.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM400318-0001.jpg
A letter from Harry to his wife discussing his next leave. He is uncertain of train times.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM391213-0001.jpg
Letter from Harry to his wife explaining what he has been doing - guard duty and a maths exam.

ERedgraveHCRedgraveJM[Date]-090001.jpg
A printed card with a poem and a coloured rose. On the reverse 'With love, Harry' It is addressed to 'J. M. Sherwood'.

EDaviesDHDaviesB[Date]-010001.jpg
Dave confirms to have received various letters from Betty. He announces the possibility to take leave and that he misses his wife. Dave writes about bad weather and work at another aerodrome. He hopes to see Betty soon.

EDaviesDHHughesB440306-0001.jpg
Acknowledges some earlier letters and reflects on the exertion of attending pilot training without knowing his future post. He writes of being at the Y.M.C.A with a friend, both missing their loved ones. Dave speaks with love and devotion of his…

EDaviesDHHughesB440228-0001.jpg
Advises he is still at the same place and considers where he may visit, if he is granted leave. He talks about the weather conditions and concludes with words of affection; hoping to see his fiancée, Betty, again soon.
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2