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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "Kansas"

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Top left - in the foreground a street with cars parked. On the other side of street a tall building.
Top right - view of a cross roads in a city with cars and shop on far side. In the distance a tall building. Caption for both photographs 'Views of…

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Top left - oblique aerial photograph of a town with river running from bottom to top right. Captioned 'Miami looking S.E.'.
Middle right - oblique aerial photograph of a town in middle distance with part of cockpit coaming and tailplane visible.…

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He refers to the end of the war and meeting English RAF cadets. He writes fondly of Fred, too.

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The letter refers to a surprise and encloses a copy of the letter and a photograph.

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Letter refers to Independence day, Frances home from hospital, house painting and offers accommodation if Fred and his colleagues can come over.

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Letter to Fred refers to Ted's daughter, Frances having operations to both eyes. Also thanks him for the photographs.

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Two airmen and a woman sitting in a field. It is captioned '"In the Flax Field" Fred Whybrow Bernard Rooke Frances Hampson July 5, 1942'.

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A street scene with several cars angle parked into the pavement. Behind is a series of low connected buildings. It is captioned 'South side of square, Fredonia, Kansas' and annotated 'Mr Hampson's Office' with an arrow pointing to his office.

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The letter describes a letter from him and their visit to Fredonia, especially the dance. She refers to Mr Rooke and Sgt Whitefield and a Prom, tennis and roller skating.

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The letter refers to a proposed visit to their house by Fred. The end of the letter is missing.

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The letter refers to the decrease in eating, particularly picnics and wartime activities. He expresses a desire to meet with Mrs Whybrow.

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The letter praises Fred for his treasured visit to their house. He complains, gently, about the lack of letters from Fred, contrary to what he had promised.

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The letter asks that Fred makes a return visit to his house.

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The letter thanks Mrs Whybrow for the New Year's gifts - pillow cases, a lace collar for Frances and cards. She mentions the introduction of food rationing.

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The letter refers to lost and returned letters and cards. The writer asks Fred to send her a photograph of himself.
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