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Left side - a woman standing on left holding a wedding bouquet arm in arm with a man wearing suit and tie. In the background a church, Captioned 'Coronation year, June 1937, I married John'. Top right a group wedding photograph with bride and groom…
On the left a woman in light dress carrying a bouquet of flowers. On the right a man wearing suit and tie. In the background a brick building on the right and bushes on the left.
John and Kaye Turner sitting slightly right of centre in front surrounded by other members of wedding party. Taken in garden with house in background. Kaye Turner is holding Bouquet of flowers.
Newspaper notification of marriage of Albion John Turner to Kathleen Whaley at St Martins church, Lincoln on 5 June 1937.
A man on the left wearing suit arm in arm with a woman wearing wedding dress on the right. Behind then and arched doorway.
A woman on the left and a man on the right both reclining on a sand dune. Woman is wearing a skirt, jacket and beret. The man is wearing a jacket, trousers and a hat. In the background at the top of the bank a wire fence. On the reverse 'Kaye and…
A woman stands on the left wearing a dress and holding a large bouquet of flowers. To the right stands a man wearing a light suit. In the background a brick wall and part of a building. On the reverse 'My Wedding, June 5 1937'.
Two enlargements from group photograph showing a man and woman sitting in front of a group of other people. Man is wearing a suit and the woman a dress and is also holding a bouquet of flowers. On the reverse 'My wedding, June 5 1937'.
Portrait of Isabel and Andrew, upper torso, both in uniform, Andrew with sergeant's stripes and observer brevet. Written on reverse 'copy 3 pc gent only' and reference number. Printed on reverse: 'The State Studios, 581 London Road, Glasgow. S E',…
a 29 page duplicated magazine produced by the personnel of Branston Mere Y station. All the items are original, mainly 'in' jokes consisting of stories, jokes, poems and cartoons.
David and Joyce Donaldson's marriage certificate
Letter to Joyce Donaldson's father, M H Edwards, on headed paper from the Bishop of Dover agreeing to take his daughter's wedding. Goes on to describe his rules for marrying a couple but agrees that he can leave that to M H Edwards in this case.
A letter and envelope from Harry Redgrave to Jessie. Harry writes about life in the RAF whilst based in Dumfries. He writes that they are all bored, the weather is awful and tells about an eventful trip to the cinema.