Miscellaneous records relating to First World War service of George Booley

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Accession Number RCDIG0000152
Collection number PR01322
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 33
Object type Postcard, Photograph, Papers
Physical description 45 Image/s captured
Maker Booley, George
Date made 1914-1919
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copying Provisions Attached digital images are protected by copyright and are provided here for research and study purposes. For further use, please contact the Memorial.
Description

Miscellaneous records relating to First World War service of 111 Lance Corporal George Booley, 5th Infantry Battalion.

This file contains:

Miniature calendar, 1917;
Plastic heart with message 'Good luck';
Printed envelope addressed to Pte G L Hicks;
Photograph of soldier on horse;
Annotated postcard with description of Simpson and his donkey;
Vocabulary card: English to French;
Postcard: Longleat House;
Postcard to George, 9 September 1919;
Christmas card 'from a Cairo friend';
Good luck card: Kangaroo;
Good luck card: Californian poppy;
List of Mess Orderlies, 17 January 1917;
Scrap of paper: 'Mastafia Convalescent Camp, June 9th';
Army form: Despatch rider's docket;
Army form: Despatch rider's docket;
Receipt, stamped 'Army Telegraphs';
Scrap of paper: 'AZ6';
Newspaper cutting: portrait of M E Larkin;
Scrap of paper: 'Sister J D Bisset';
Paper with notes regarding military maps;
News clipping: 'Soldiers of the King, Roll of Honour';
List of Mess Orderlies, 29 January 1918;
Combined leave and railway ticket, 25 February 1918;
Combined leave and railway ticket, 25 February 1918;
Permission slip, 19 May 1917;
Permission slip, 3 September 1916;
Small sheet of paper with diagram of battalion movements;
News clipping reporting wounding of Private Booley;
Army Book form: Patients' Personal Hospital Equipment;
List: 'Headquarters sigs and runners', 15 May 1917;
Diagram of battalion movements (near Vignacourt);
Table: Leave list Head Quarters sigs; and
AIF Postal Services Receipt, 18 November 1916.