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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "England--Grantham"

RAF Form 433A completed for a triangular route from Grantham-Market Rasen-Netherthorpe-Grantham.

Six passes allowing John to leave his unit overnight.

Includes route forecast, turning points, courses, speeds and estimated times of arrivals.

Pilots flying log book one for L V Rosser, covering the period from 4 March 1939 to 19 July 1943. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Kidlington, RAF Woodley, RAF Grantham, RAF Kinloss, RAF…

Four photographs of Breguet XIX of the Belgian Air Force visiting Grantham.
#1 and 3 are port side views.
#2 is a port side view of four aircraft.
#4 is a front view.


Four photographs of two different aircraft.
#1 and 3 are port side views of a Bristol Fighter.
#2 and 4 are front and port side views of a Bulldog.

Three photographs of Armstrong Whitworth Atlases.
#1 a port side view
#2 two airmen shaking hands at the front of an Atlas
#3 a port side view of an Atlas with a Hucks Starter vehicle at the front.

Three photographs of Armstrong Whitworth Siskins.
#1 and 3 are port side views. One aircraft is J-8869.
#2 is a front view.

Three photographs captioned A Flight Hawker Tomtits. Arnold is in the third photograph. One aircraft is J-9781.

Two photographs of the school's buildings. There is snow on the ground in the second photograph.

13 airmen arranged in two rows in front of a Tomtit biplane.

Two photographs of Arnold.
#1 Arnold is standing on a fence.
#2 Arnold in a sidcot suit standing in front of a row of Hawker Tomtit biplanes. One is K-1449. It is captioned 'Arnold Louis Christian Flying Training RAF Grantham, Lincolnshire 1931'.

Part of document - includes medical officers certificate - recommendation for commission. Followed by similar document with different signatures but same recommendations and extra remarks. Both signed by WRP Perry.

Marion's life detailed, from birth, including her days with the RAF.

For Wally Layne's wife for professional attendance.

Receipt for maternity bed.

Suggest that she does not send officers uniform to him direct but should write to the international Red Cross committee to get a definite ruling.

Notifies her of transfer of funds to her husbands account at Lloyds Bank Grantham.

Notes that as they only dealt with officers' allowances not pay. Her enquiry had been passed to the RAF Agents - Lloyds Bank (Cox's & King's Branch).

Thanks her for letter and returning family allowance book and informs her that the questions raised in her letter have been forwarded to the Air Ministry as they would be dealing with the matter.

From Red Cross prisoner of war department. Explains that football items of clothing must be sent in next of kin parcel as there was no special label for a sports parcel.
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