|Collection type||Digitised Collection|
|Physical description||20 Image/s captured|
Curnow, Herbert Franklin
First World War, 1914-1918
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Letters from Herbert Franklin Curnow to Frank Cummings, 1915-1916
Letters relating to the First World War service of Captain Herbert Franklin Curnow, 22nd Battalion. The letters were written by Herbert Curnow to his friend and former colleague in the Department of Defence Records Section, Mr Frank Cummings between 21 April 1915 and 24 March 1916. In the letters, Herbert Curnow explains his duties in Egypt, the 'sit-down' style of warfare, describes the voyage to France and also attempts to assist in locating a file at the Department of Defence.
This file contains:
Letter from Herbert Curnow to Frank Cummings, 21 April 1915;
Letter from Herbert Curnow to Frank Cummings, 19 June 1915;
Letter from Herbert Curnow to Frank Cummings, 17 August 1915;
Printed War Office Telegram sent by Herbert Curnow, 2 September 1915;
Letter from Herbert Curnow to Frank Cummings, 22 September 1915;
Letter from Herbert Curnow to Frank Cummings, 24 March 1916.