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Flight Lieutenant Bluey Mottershead in uniform standing next to his bride with veil and bouquet.

A wedding photograph of Bob and Marjorie. It is annotated '28-2-43 Bob on Embarkation leave' and underneath each individual is identified 'Gordon Mother Me Father Bob Marjorie Cyrilwix Mrs Mott My Grandfather'.

Thomas on his wedding day, standing with his bride, Kathleen Rogers, outside the church.

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Wedding group photograph of Douglas Conlon and his English ‘war bride’, Nancy Woolrich, with two bridesmaids and 18 other guests.

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Douglas Conlon and his English ‘war bride’, Nancy Woolrich.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital Archive already in digital form. No better quality copies are available.

Reports arrival of first two letters for two months and catches up with news from home. Mentions he is still getting letters from 'girlfriends' and that he thinks a lot of wives taking opportunity for a spot of fun while husbands are locked up.…

Five photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is the bride and her father entering the church.
Photo 2 is the bride and groom leaving the church.
Photo 3 and 4 are the married couple.
Photo 5 is a bride and groom leaving the church.

Six photographs from an album.
Photo 1 and 2 are the new baby lying on a blanket.
Photo 3 is the baby sat up in a pram.
Photo 4 is the baby sitting on the mother's knee with the father looking on.
Photo 5 is Sam and his bride on their wedding…

Seven photographs from an album.
Photo 1 is a half length portrait of a nurse.
Photo 2 is two girls dressed in blankets.
Photo 3 is a bride and groom on their wedding day. They are standing in a garden.
Photo 4, 5, 6 and 7 are head and shoulder…

Sam and his wife photographed just after they got married.

This edition covers an Editorial, poems, the padres notes, romantic fiction, a car chase in London, a list of expenditure of the station's social funds, recollections of flying in the Great War, Christmas stories, Officers Mess gossip, a story about…

This edition has adverts, an Editorial, reminisces by Dr Vyse, an appreciation of the arrival of the RAF at Weyburn, photographs of Weyburn, stories about Gremlins, a fictitious love story, photos of dances, Weyburn library, poems, love stories, a…

Addresses to them as children which they would always be to them. Says thinking of them on the first day of their holiday. Mentions weather and journey and writes of other activities. Letter day after Douglas's marriage to Alice on 24 March 1945.…

Invitation from Air Vice Marshal Inglis to his daughter's wedding at St Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore.

Photo 1 is Reg and Kay Poynton on their wedding day, standing in a garden.
Photo 2 is the nose of a Stirling showing the outline of a seated naked lady, captioned 'Q for Queenie'.
Photo 3 is two Stirlings having collided on the ground.
Photo 4 is…

Photos 1 and 4 are the same, Arthur and his bride outside the church.
Photo 2 is the bride and he father walking into the church.
Photo 3 and 5 are the same, Arthur, his bride, the best man and Carol's bridesmaid.
Photo 6 is bride and groom, best…

Photo 1 is a head and shoulders colourised image of Alison Thomas.
Photo 2 is Alison and her groom on their wedding day, outside the church.
Alison, her groom, bridesmaid and parents standing outside the church on their wedding day.

Photo 1 is the bride and groom standing outside.
Photo 2 is the bride, groom and bridesmaid.
Photo 3 is the bride, groom and two men standing outside the church.

Photo 1 is the wedding party standing outside the church. Arthur Thomas is the best man.
Photo 2 is a small group including choir boys outside the church.
Photo 3 is the bride, groom and a bridesmaid.
Photo 4 is a man and woman standing on the…

Three identical images of Reginald and Fanny on their wedding day.

The first two are the same and are captioned 'possibly on occasion of their Golden Wedding 1921'.
The third photo is wife of Charles Thomas.
All are family members of Arthur Thomas.

Bride and Groom posing, to the right of the groom a younger man stands in uniform. To the left side of the bride, a women is posing in a long formal dress holding flowers and an elderly man is stood in a suit.

A man in uniform is stood linking arms with women in a dress and veil. The women is holding a bouquet of flowers. Behind them is an older women and child in a dress.

A bride holding a bouquet of flowers is wearing a long dress and veil is linking arms with a man in uniform. To the right of him an elderly man and women are posing in formal wear. To the left of the bride a young women is holding flowers and in…

Mentions 9th anniversary of engagement and that he had booked table for two at the Bull Hotel, Gerrards Cross, Request she book taxi and ring to confirm arrangements. Envelope with "Mrs Valentine" and diagram.
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