Federal Elections AIF: Correspondence with Keith Arthur Murdoch and Frederick William Young, Agent General for South Australia

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Accession Number RCDIG0000122
Collection number 3DRL/3376 13/1
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 10
Object type Letters
Physical description 26 Image/s captured
Maker Birdwood, William Riddell
Murdoch, Keith Arthur
Place made United Kingdom: England
Date made 1917
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

This file contains ten letters and telegrams exchanged between Birdwood, Sir Keith Arthur Murdoch, Frederick William Young and Brigadier General Sir Robert Murray McCheyne Anderson. The subject of these letters is the Australian federal election on 5 May 1917 and the Conscription Referendum held on 20 December 1917. The taking of Bapaume and changes of staff in the United Kingdom are also discussed.
This file contains:
Cablegram from Keith Arthur Murdoch to Birdwood, 21 March 1917
Letter from Frederick William Young to Birdwood, 19 March 1917
Letter from Birdwood to Frederick William Young, 21 March 1917 [copy]
Letter from Birdwood to Keith Murdoch, 24 March 1917
Letter from Birdwood to General Robert Murray McCheyne Anderson, 23 March 1917
Letter from Frederick William Young to Birdwood, 28 March 1917
Letter from Birdwood to Keith Arthur Murdoch, 30 March 1917
Letter from Birdwood to General Robert Murray McCheyne Anderson, 1 April 1917
Letter from Birdwood to Frederick William Young, 2 April 1917
Letter from Birdwood to Keith Arthur Murdoch, 11 April 1917