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Collection number 1DRL/0138
ID number RCDIG0000210
Title Postcards from Stephen Philip Boulton to his Family, 1915-1918
Record type File
Item count 13
Collection Digitised Collection
Object type Postcard
Maker Boulton, Stephen Philip
Places made
  • At sea
  • Egypt
  • Greece: Aegean Islands, Imbros
  • Malta: Malta (island), Sliema
  • Ottoman Empire: Turkey, Dardanelles, Gallipoli
  • United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London
  • United Kingdom: England, Wiltshire, Salisbury Plain
  • Western Front
Date made 1914-1918
Physical description 26 Image/s captured
Image use Attached digital images are protected by copyright and are provided here for research and study purposes. For further use, please contact the Memorial.

Description

Postcards relating to the First World War service of Lieutenant Stephen Philip Boulton, 2nd Field Artillery Brigade. The postcards were sent by Stephen Boulton to his family between 21 February 1915 to 18 April 1918. The postcards describe many of the places he travelled through during the war. One of the postcards included depicts Stephen Boulton's grave at Roisel cemetery.
This file contains:
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his grandmother, 21 February 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 23 February 1915;

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Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 27 March 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 5 April 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his grandmother, 18 April 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 24 April 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 23 June 1915;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his grandmother, 22 January 1916;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his grandmother, 30 January 1916;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 21 March 1916;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to his mother, 18 April 1918;
Postcard from Stephen Boulton to 'child', [n.d.];
Blank postcard depicting the grave of Stephen Boulton, [n.d.].

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