World War, 1939-1945--Women
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description This collection consists of the diaries written by Janet Beaton between 1934 and 1949, and from 1962 until her death in 2018. The early diaries relate to her experience of wartime (for example, her 1939 diary includes her eye-witness account of a "Humbie Heinkel" over East Lothian. This was the first German aircraft to be brought down over mainland Britain during the Second World War.), and to her days at the University of Edinburgh. Subsequent diaries relate to her family, her many travels...
Scope and Contents This series consists of approximately 60 black-and-white family photographs, dating from the 1850s up to the 1950s. The provenance is not clear and the pictures have no caption, however many of them appear to be related to Arthur Patrick Logan Turner, very probably a descendant of Sir William Turner, and to Hilda Turner.Approximaltely 40 photographs date from the Second World War, and show service men in uniform and ATS members, as well as some landscapes. Arthur P. L. Turner served in the...
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of school study notes and educational certificates 1929-1937, diplomas and degrees, private tutoring notes and papers, personal correspondence of Irene Young, draft material for publications and autobiography, correspondence with, and papers relating to, her late husband Reginald Sydney Brown (1919-1982). 1 x folder composed of: 5 x certificates of the Royal Drawing Society, Irene...
Sub-Fonds — Box CLX-A-115
Scope and Contents This box pertaining to Marjorie Rackstraw's work with the Friends Service Committee and the the United Nations Rehabilitation and Relief Administration.
Identifier: EUA GD55/2/19/3