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Raymond Herbert John Broady - Papers, 1911 - 1942

documentary heritage
  • Description

    Contains photocopied material. Folder 1 -- Contains the following:

    (1) - Papers relating to R.H.J. Broady and family, including letters regarding his death in 1942; baby weight chart, 1914; school reports, 1926, 1928 - 1930; job application letters, 1931; letter regarding matriculation, 1936; note regarding being born at Northcote; copy of marriage certificate for Herbert Horace Broady and Adeline Jane Mabel Hopkins, 1911; black and white photograph of mothers and babies, c.1916; photocopies of press cuttings of obituaries of John Broady and Henry Hopkins and ship 'British Empire' reunion [Acc. No. 80/7], and

    (2) - Diary (20 cm) of Sergeant Pilot Raymond Herbert John Broady, 75 (New Zealand) Squadron, Royal Air Force, 22 February 1942 to 23 November 1942 [Acc. No. 76/112].

    Folder 2 -- Contains preservation copies of (1) - Papers, including diary, in Folder 1, and (2) - Letters to Broady's mother, sister Gwen and Aunt Harriett, 1941 - 1942. [Acc. No. 78/18]

  • Other Id

    1984 (Presto content ID)

    MS-883 (Reference Number)

    21271 (DBTextworks system ID)

    76/112 (Registration number)

    78/18 (Registration number)

    80/7 (Registration number)

    101702 (Registration number)

  • Department

Images and documents


  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Raymond Herbert John Broady - Papers, 1911 - 1942
  • Primary Maker
  • Date
  • Physical Description

    2 folders

  • Level of Current Record
  • Public Access Text

    Preliminary listing available.

    See Cenotaph Database record for NZ39691 Raymond Herbert John Broady.

  • Subject Notes
    NZ39691 Sergeant Pilot Raymond Herbert John Broady joined the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) in October, 1939. He was killed while on training manoeuvres at Oakington, Cambridgeshire, England, on 28 November 1942.
  • Credit Line
    Diary [Acc. No. 76/112] presented by Miss Alwynne Hughes Broady (sister) in June 1976. Further papers presented by Miss Broady in January 1980.
  • Last Update
    19 Mar 2024
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