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Public Assistance Office: Newsletter and Photograph Album

  • AR107
  • Collection
  • 1942 - 1949

Two volumes relating to the staff of the Public Assistance Office, Mayday Road: bound volume of the Mayday Monthly News Letter, April 1942-Sept 1945; and photograph album of members of staff in the services.

The Public Assistance Office

Public Assistance Office: Photograph Album

Contains photographs and biographical notes of many of the staff serving in the forces. The album was originally compiled in 1944, but also contains photographs of the retirement presentation to Mr NP Walker, Public Assistance Officer, in October 1945; at a staff dinner at the Cafe Royal in June 1946. At the front of the album is a painting of the County Borough coat of arms by JE Juniper.

Dunn Letters: Letter

Alf newly arrived somewhere in England (Plymouth postmark) The men are living in huts.

Dunn Letters

  • AR110
  • Collection
  • 1939 - 1940

Letters from Gunner Alf Dunn, Royal Artillery, on military service in Devonport, to his wife, Rose, at 5 Downsview Gardens, Upper Norwood.

All letters are from Alf to Rose unless otherwise stated.

Frederick Alfred Dunn

Dunn Letters: Letter

Problems over pay. Plans for Christmas leave. Recovering from inoculations.

Dunn Letters: Letter

Air raid on 4 Dec: no damage. U boat on the river last week. Rosies wireless not working.

Dunn Letters: Letter

Alf inoculated. Went to see The Four Feathers at the pictures; Les Miserables showing next week. Concern about delays in Rose getting army pay.

Dunn Letters: Letter

In training for gas attacks. Cold weather. Going to Dartmoor for a week of gun firing practice.

Dunn Letters: Letter

  • AR110/4
  • Item
  • 29[error for 30?] Nov 1939
  • Part of Dunn Letters

Waiting to go into B Battery, but has to complete a months service first.

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