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Ian in RAF uniform sitting on a lawn. Information supplied with the collection identifies the location as Cookham.

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The Hay's home, Coruisk, in Cookham.

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Three images of Rhona Hay as a toddler. Identified as Cookham in information supplied with the collection.

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Rhona Hay and her mother on a dinghy with a black and white dog.
Identified as Cookham in information supplied with the collection.

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An invoice and receipt from a Cookham ironmonger for charging a battery, a cooker wick and oil.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father, thanking her for her letter and telling her that he was bringing chocolate cream and preserved cherries home for her.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He tells her he has bought her a doll and is pleased to hear she is starting to write.

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Postcard to Mrs J. V. Hay from her husband. He writes that he received her letter which arrived within two days, saying he liked the picture of Gourdon and that he had sent some photos via letter.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he only has 9 days left in France and then will be home when they will be getting ready to go to Scotland.

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Postcard to Mrs J. V. Hay from her husband. He writes that he received his release book that morning and that he had posted a parcel to her.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has just got back to Cannes from Marseilles. He also says that he tried to go along the road to Gourdon but could not as the bridge of Abime had been blown up.

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Postcard to Mrs J. V. Hay from her husband. He writes that he has only four weeks left, about the weather, going sailing and bathing and going to Paris the following Tuesday.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has been to the Gorge du Loup, about the weather and that birds have arrived on their way to England.

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Postcard to Rona Hays from her father. He writes thanking her for the sweets she sent and telling her he is going to Cannes for a week.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he was in Gourdon the previous week and will be going back in two weeks’ time.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has been to Gourdon, about the weather and that the flowers are now blooming and that he is going to Paris the following week.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He tells her he has bought her a doll and that he has been sailing.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has picked some oranges for her and will bring them home with him. An insert states that the oranges were too sour to eat.
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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he is looking forward to getting back to the South of France from Bordeaux and wishes her and her mother a Happy Christmas.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has gone to Bordeaux and hopes she and her mother have a happy Christmas.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He tells her how long it took for him to fly back from England to Marseilles.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He writes that he has been sailing in the sunshine and that there are lots of little girls on the sand.

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Postcard to Rona Hay from her father. He explains to her that in Spain they use oxen to plough the fields rather than horses.
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