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Letters from Major-General Sir George Spafford Richardson to C.E. [Charles Ernest] Archibald, 1915 - 1922

documentary heritage
  • Description

    A series of 14 letters written by 15/209 Major-General Sir George Spafford Richardson from Gallipoli, Salonika and England to his friend Captain C.E. [Charles Ernest] Archibald in New Zealand, covering a period from 25 January 1915 to 10 July 1922. One of the letters is a copy originally sent by Richardson to Captain E.D. Bell in New Zealand, dated 22 January 1917.

    Also included is a Royal Naval Division Christmas card, dated 1915-16, designed by Sgt. B.G. Tomkins, R.M.L.I. [CH/10268 Sergeant Bertram Gordon Tomkins, Royal Marine Light Infantry], and produced "in the Field", sent by Richardson to Archibald.

  • Other Id

    2107 (Presto content ID)

    MS-1013 (Reference Number)

    21847 (DBTextworks system ID)

    78/42 (Registration number)

  • Department

Images and documents


  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Letters from Major-General Sir George Spafford Richardson to C.E. [Charles Ernest] Archibald, 1915 - 1922
  • Primary Maker
  • Date
  • Physical Description

    1 folder

  • Level of Current Record
  • Member Object

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  • Public Access Text

    [Keywords: Pou Kanohi]

  • Credit Line
    Presented by Mrs S.B. [Sheila Betty] Holt in 1978.
  • Last Update
    07 Jul 2023
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