Letters and Postcards relating to Kenneth Jack Young, 1916-1919

Place Europe: France, Picardie, Somme, Amiens Harbonnieres Area, Hamel Area, Hamel
Accession Number AWM2018.785.15
Collection number PR03200
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 13
Object type Letter, Postcard
Physical description 40 Image/s captured
Maker Young, Kenneth Jack
Place made Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Richmond, United Kingdom: England, Kent, Folkestone
Date made 1916-1919
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
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Letters and ephemera relating to the First World War service of 614 Private Kenneth Jack Young, 43rd Australian Infantry Battalion. This file contains letters, forms, and postcards sent to and from members of Kenneth Jack Young's family by members of the AIF and civilians between 1916 and 1919.

Letter from Jim to John, Suez 6 March 1916
Letter from Clair [James Goodridge] To Mrs Young, Seymour, 10 June 1916
Letter from Major J. M. Lean, Officer in Charge, Base Records to K J Young's Mother, Melbourne, 6 June 1917
Letter from Edward Norman Hill To Mrs Young, 16 November 1917
Application for Commonwealth Six War Loan, 22 March 1918
Postcard and envelope from [unknown] adressed to Mrs. J Young, 3 May 1918
Celesque letter card from Hurtle [Leslie Waye] addressed to May Young, Folkestone, England, 22 September 1918
Letter from G W Nicholson to Mr Young, Richmond, 7 September 1919
Letter from G W Nicholson to Mr Young, Richmond, 8 September 1919 plus blank envelope
Six postcards from Edward Norman Hill To May, [undated]
Envelope addressed to Mrs J Young, [undated]
Envelope addressed to Young, [undated]
Envelope addressed to Mrs J Young, [undated]