Ernest Edward Jolly - Papers
- MS-1061 (Reference Number)
- 79/3 (Registration Number)
Item 1 -- Two (2) medical notes (pasted on cardboard) dated 28 and 30 August 1915, regarding metal fragment lodged near Trooper Jolly's spine.
Item 2 -- Invitation plus programme for the Warner Lodge (No. 2256) 'Victory Festival' held at the Royal Forest Hotel, Chingford, [Essex, England], on 11 February 1919.
Item 3 -- Envelope containing four field service postcards addressed to Mrs E. [Emily] Jolly, of Palmerston North, New Zealand, date-stamped 27 June - 31 August 1915, and two New Zealand Expeditionary Force Passes issued to Trooper E.E. Jolly, date-stamped 24 March and 23 May 1916 respectively.
Item 4 -- Printed cotton pennant entitled 'Pierrots' '1,000 Day', 30 June 1917.
Item 5 -- Postcard containing a rhyming verse entitled 'Sling Camp.'
Item 6 -- Printed reunion souvenir commemorating the twenty-third anniversary of the departure from Wellington of the Main Body, NZ Expeditionary Force, dated 16 October 1937.
Item 7 -- Printed menu for 'Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese', [Fleet Street, London], dated 28 November 1915.
Item 8 -- Letter from Ernest Jolly, St Patrick's Hospital, Viletta [Valletta], Malta, dated 28 August 1915, to his mother, describing the events leading to his wounding on 10 August 1915, at Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli. (typescript; 12 leaves)
Item 9 -- Printed proclamation by His Majesty the King, George R.I., to be read in all Churches on Sunday, 6 January 1918, dated 7 November 1917. (1 leaf)
Item 10 -- Map (foolscap size) relating to the Turkish village of Kojadere [Kocadere] and surrounding terrain, 1915.
Folder 2 -- Six envelopes of photographs and postcards, 1915 - 1920. Some of the photographs were taken at Gallipoli but most relate to Jolly's time in England and France.
- Photographs (monochrome)
- Printed Ephemera
- Meads, Claude Victor Adrian, d. 1915 (General Subject)
- Webster, Wilfred Dawson, 1886-1928 (General Subject)
- Caterer, Charles Frederick, d. 1922 (General Subject)
- Fraser, Alexander Bruce Stewart, d. 1971 (General Subject)
- Monk, Frank Lyle, d. 1917 (General Subject)
- Jolly, Sydney Herbert, d. 1952 (General Subject)
- Jolly, Ernest Edward, 1883-1963 (General Subject)
Jolly, Ernest Edward. Papers, 1915 - 1937. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-1061.
Trooper Ernest Edward Jolly (11/739), served with 10th Squadron, Wellington Mounted Rifles, 1NZEF, at Gallipoli and France during World War I. He was wounded along with his friend, Charles ('Charlie') Caterer, at Gallipoli on 10 August 1915 during the attack on Chunuk Bair.
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