Sends good wished for 1942. Contains news of congregation members. In particular announces the engagement of Kenneth Gill and Vera Longden. Also notes Kenneth Gill home on leave. Letters from the boys and other church news.
A man wearing suit and glasses sits alongside a girl writing at a desk while other children look on. Captioned 'Sir Hubert Houldsworth, Pro-Chancellor of Leeds University examines the work of Carol Coultate (8), at Halton Moor Primary School'.
Left - A large group of airmen wearing tunics with side caps standing in two rows in front of an Anson. One officer in centre standing has a lighter uniform and peaked cap. Annotated with signatures and home towns of many of the participants.
Top left a programme for grand opera house Scarborough with advertisements, folded on first item, front cover on second and inside on third.
Bottom left - Kenneth and Vera Gill arm-in-arm, man wearing tunic with sergeant rank, woman wearing skirt…
Left - an airmen wearing tunic and side cap standing in front a a tree and fence. Captioned 'October 1941 at Colton'.
Right - half-length image of two airmen wearing tunics and side caps outside a brick building with door. Captioned 'Outside the…
List and next of kin of crew of James Lee's aircraft. Includes Wing Commander C L Gomm, Flying Officer T J Phillips, Flying Officer A H Rearden, Pilot Officer H N Pritchard, Warrant Officer L L McKenny.
Writes of her own medical trails and tribulations and other travels and activities. Says Joan must be anxious now Bob is back on operations. Asks how Joan got on at the wedding. Concluded with more gossip.
Reg and his bride on their wedding day with bridesmaid and best man.
Information supplied with the collection states 'Reg and Barbara Lane's wedding at St. John's Church, Alwoodley, Leeds 3 December 1945'
From auntie Gladys and written by cousin Eileen. Relieved that he was safe and well. Writes of her and family activities and news as well. Mentions visit to Edinburgh while on leave and comments that grandfather is looking old.
Weekly update written as daily diary between 1 July 1942 and 5 July 1942 and including one entry for 31 July 1942. Covers activities and news of family and friends including work and rehearsal for play,
From aunt Dorothy writes that she is delighted to know he is safe and well and recounts her activities over Christmas. Speculates about fruit in his location and compares it to prices at home. Hopes he will be released soon.
Account of Pilot Officer James Douglas Hudson's award of Distinguished Flying Cross. Notes was member of RAFVR called up at outbreak of war and trained as navigator. While on deployment his Blenheim was brought down in North Africa and he was…