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A book used as a photo and sketch album. It contains sketches of his wife, Dorothy Frances Lydiard Kellett (nee Abbott), two sketches of horses, images taken during plays including ‘Morning Star’, '10 Minute Alibi', '‘Thunder Rock’, 'A Revue'…

The log has been used to record cocktail recipes, food recipes and lists of books.

Notes kept by JH Bird during his training.

He comments on her last letter and complains that he is fed up.

He writes mainly about the weather.

He disembarked in the United States and travelled to Canada by train via New York. It was comfortable with excellent food.

He thanks her for her letter. He has been having a wizard time exploring.


An obituary published in the Times with a second cutting with a correction from an air vice-marshal.

A list of ex-prisoners of war kept from 2nd March 1963. It contains 35 names.

Alan writes thanking his parents for their air letter and ATC Gazette. His course is not so arduous as at Regina, he gets lots more free time. He gets weekends off and goes to dances and hikes.

Alan writes that he has had no letter for nine days. He has been on a weener roast. He ate his first banana. He has been horse riding.

Following the report that Reg is missing, advising that of the seven casualties of the crash, three have been identified as Sergeant Hannel, Sergeant Johnson and Sergeant Barrett, three are unidentified and one is unaccounted for.

A brief first hand description of aircraft in flames, crashing and the loss of crew member Gallagher.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital Archive already in digital form. No better quality copies are available.

Alan writes that he is being transferred to Edmonton, Alberta. He will be taking courses in navigation, air bombing and wireless operator/ air gunnery.

A head and shoulder portrait of an airman in uniform. On the reverse is some indecipherable handwriting in pencil.

Notes kept by JH Bird during his training.

Notes kept by JH Bird during his training.

Top left - full length image of an airman wearing battledress standing in long grass with a single story hut in the background. Captioned 'Mike'.
Bottom left - three-quarter length image of an airman wearing tunic and smoking a cigarette. Trees in…

Certificate for mention in despatches award for distinguished service to Flight Sergeant A T Smith. Annotated on the reverse '560209. Flight Sergeant A T Smith'.

A list of aircraft with a brief description of each one with size, construction, engine, armament and observation details.

Following a clerical error James' final date of release is set back two days.

List of 68 vessels that were docked in Malta’s yards for repairs from September 1939: Chenonceaux, Franconia, Garland, Keppel, S.S Cornwall, Imperial, Decoy, Hotspur, Havock, Andromeda, Illustrious, Coral, Beryl, Essex, Ploughboy, Encounter,…
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