Letter from Terry to his family. He writes about family and friends, about the jitterbug craze, and that he is sending a parcel home with a few small items. He also mentions that his course is going well and he is in the midst of his mid-term exams.
Two photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is Pete Lamb in flying kit standing amongst a snow bank. Behind is an Anson. It is captioned 'Pete Lamb (at Carberry)'.
Photo 2 is three airmen standing outside a wooden hut, captioned 'Mac, Pete & John'.
A letter from Pete to Terry Ford where he writes about Terry starting to fly flying boats. Pete writes about how many hours he has got in flying. He has been to Vancouver on leave and is waiting to hear if he is going on a GR course.
Bill Bailey's wartime memoirs, from enlistment, training in UK and Canada and detail of each of 31 operation in Bomber Command. After completion of his tour he was transferred to Lossiemouth to train Free French aircrew. After successful progress he…
Flying log book for aircrew other than pilot for John Derek Bailey, bomb aimer, covering the period from 6 July 1943 to 5 September 1945, detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Regents Park, RAF…