Correspondence between Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 1918-1919

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Accession Number RCDIG0000044
Collection number 3DRL/3376 6/6
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 8
Object type Letters
Physical description 21 Image/s captured
Maker Munro Ferguson, Helen
Date made 1918-1919
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

This folder contains 7 letters exchanged by Field Marshal Lord William Birdwood and Lady Helen Munro Ferguson between 7 April 1918 and 8 July 1919. The letters discuss Lady Munro Ferguson’s work with the Red Cross, and the people whom she believes deserve official recognition. Other subjects discussed include visits in India, plans for the Birdwoods to visit Melbourne, and Birdwood's cousin.
This file contains:
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 7 April 1918
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 21 August 1918
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 6 October 1918
Letter from Lady Helen Munro Ferguson to Birdwood, 4 February 1919
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 15 March 1919
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 22 April 1919
Handwritten note from Colonel Hayward to Birdwood, 25 April 1919
Letter from Birdwood to Lady Helen Munro Ferguson, 8 July 1919