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Captioned 'County Police house, Brighowgate, Grimsby, Lincs. showing front of house on left and County Magistrates court on the right.'.

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Captioned 'County Police house, Brighowgate, Grimsby, Lincs. where I lived from late 1921 until approx 1929 - 1930. this shows side of house facing offices and Court House.'

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Tree lined street, two storey brick houses. Captioned 'Devonshire Avenue, Grimsby where I grew up from approx 1929 - 1930 until joining the RAF in September 1941. The car on the left is in front of No 22 where I lived.'

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Formal head and shoulders portrait of Don Falgate in uniform, bomb aimers brevet, arms folded leaning forward onto table.

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Captioned 'From left to right, brother Robert, sister Elsie, self, mother, Leslie (Elsie's husband). In back garden of 22 Devonshire Ave, Grimsby . Photo around 1929, 1930'

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Three young men receiving trophies from elderly lady standing behind trestle table, school children in the background. Signature on reverse. Captioned 'St James annual sports meeting 1st June 1938. Being presented with long jump cup - also won two of…

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Captioned 'Self between sister Elsie and mother. Leslie Robinson in the background, Elsie's husband and dog 'Boy' Photo at Police House, Grimsby, about 1928.'

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Captioned 'Self (wearing cap) with brother Robert and sister Elsie in back garden of 22 Devonshire Avenue, Grimsby. Photo about 1931.'

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Captioned 'Self with yo-yo (on a string) in back garden of 22 Devonshire Ave.'

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Captioned 'Mother, Dad (in the uniform of superintendent of the County Police, Grimsby, Lincs.) Elsie (my younger sister) and my brother Robert. Picture taken about 1918.

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Captioned ''Kenwood' 22 Devonshire Ave, Grimsby, Lincs. My home from approx 1929 - 1930 to 1941. Dad bought the house new when he retired around 1930.'

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Captioned 'Mother and Dad by side of Police House, Grimsby. Date unknown.'

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Dorothy’s was born in Cleethorpes, her father served in the Army during the First World War. They moved to Grimsby at the outbreak of the war, when she was turning 13 years old. She recalls the bombings and having to stay in an Anderson air raid…

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Fay Price was nine at the outbreak of the Second World War living in Grimsby. A twin, they were the youngest of six siblings. Her memory of the start of the war was the ending of birthday parties. Her father was a fish merchant and was able to…

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Acknowledges receipt of letter and glad mother is feeling better. Proposes numbering his letters, this is number 1. Writes of news of crew and other gossip. Continues letter at later time and says he is in better spirits than the last time he wrote.…

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Writing in pencil as had lost his pen. Acknowledges receipt of letter and arrival of a parcel for which he mentions contents. Catches up with news of family and friends. Mentions upcoming leave and plans. Continues with family gossip. Writes about…

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Short note to say he is OK and thanks them for letter and parcels. Has temporary pen and hoping to get a better one. Mentions photographic enlargements. Continues letter when less busy. Catches up with family news and mentions upcoming leave when he…

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Letter Number 3. Thanks them for letter and sending laundry. Mentions letter from friend who is in Naples. Says he is very busy and there is little news except that he is OK. Continues with gossip.

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Letter Number 4. Short note to let them know that he and the boys are OK. Says he has just got up. Mentions he had not been to town for some days. Writes of his adopted rooster. Hopes they are keeping fit.

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Letter number 5. Just off duty and going to bed. Says he got up late but has had no mail from them. Stops as he is very tired.

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Letter number 6. Short note to let them know the he and the boys are OK. Mentions he got up until mid day and had been on duty previous night and morning. Writes that he had sent laundry and mentions receiving a letter passing on an address in…

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Letter number 7. Writes he has been in bed all day resting after duties of the night. Says he and the boys are all OK. Had not been to town since last Wednesday. Thanks them for their letter but is concerned they would not get this one from him due…

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Letter number 8. Short note thanking them for their letter and to let them know that he and the boys are OK. Apologises for short letter but has been on duty all night and needs his bed. Hopes to get away the following week. Continues with chat about…

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Letter number 10. Thanks them for letter and photograph and comments on parents health. Reports seeing the air commodore and that his commission has now come through. Comments on his pet.
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