Berrington Hospital, autograph book of Mary Maria Squire, item 11

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LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

OF FIRST WORLD WAR

ARCHIVE MATERIALS

 

Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.


 Black and white photograph of people in a library 

 Picture caption  The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

 

The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

and personal recollections in manuscript, typescript and tape-recorded

form was built up over a period of almost twenty-five years by the

historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired for the Library of the

University of Leeds through the help of many private individuals,

charitable trust and commercial organizations who recognized its historical

importance and the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

University, with its large and active School of History and the major

research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associated

with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

and development of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

promote and administer its scholarly exploitation and use.

   Material documenting the experience of over five thousand men and

women is held within the Collection, which covers not only all the

fighting fronts where British and Commonwealth forces were engaged

but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal

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LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

OF FIRST WORLD WAR

ARCHIVE MATERIALS

 

Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.


 Black and white photograph of people in a library 

 Picture caption  The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

 

The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

and personal recollections in manuscript, typescript and tape-recorded

form was built up over a period of almost twenty-five years by the

historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired for the Library of the

University of Leeds through the help of many private individuals,

charitable trust and commercial organizations who recognized its historical

importance and the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

University, with its large and active School of History and the major

research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associated

with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

and development of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

promote and administer its scholarly exploitation and use.

   Material documenting the experience of over five thousand men and

women is held within the Collection, which covers not only all the

fighting fronts where British and Commonwealth forces were engaged

but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal


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  • April 8, 2017 04:43:49 Cheryl Ellsworth

    LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


    THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

    OF FIRST WORLD WAR

    ARCHIVE MATERIALS

     

    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.


     Black and white photograph of people in a library 

     Picture caption  The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

     

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typescript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a period of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired for the Library of the

    University of Leeds through the help of many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organizations who recognized its historical

    importance and the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associated

    with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

    and development of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

    promote and administer its scholarly exploitation and use.

       Material documenting the experience of over five thousand men and

    women is held within the Collection, which covers not only all the

    fighting fronts where British and Commonwealth forces were engaged

    but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

    Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

    British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal

  • March 27, 2017 15:15:31 Lucas Diaz

    LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


    THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

    OF FIRST WORLD WAR

    ARCHIVE MATERIALS

     

    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.

     Picture 

     Picture caption  The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

     

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typescript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a period of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired for the Library of the

    University of Leeds through the help of many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organizations who recognized it historical

    importance and the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associated

    with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

    and development of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

    promote and administer its scholarly exploitation and use.

       Material documenting the experience of over five thousand men and

    women is held within British and Commonwealth forces were engaged

    but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

    Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

    British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal


  • March 27, 2017 15:15:02 Lucas Diaz

    LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


    THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

    OF FIRST WORLD WAR

    ARCHIVE MATERIALS


    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.

     Picture 

     Picture caption  The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library


    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typescript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a period of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired for the Library of the

    University of Leeds through the help of many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organizations who recognized it historical

    importance and the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associated

    with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

    and development of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

    promote and administer its scholarly exploitation and use.

       Material documenting the experience of over five thousand men and

    women is held within British and Commonwealth forces were engaged

    but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

    Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

    British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal


  • March 27, 2017 15:09:06 Lucas Diaz

    LEEDS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


    THE LIDDLE COLLECTION

    OF FIRST WORLD WAR

    ARCHIVE MATERIALS


    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, G. C. V. O., LL. D.

     picture 

    The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typecript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a perios of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired fot the Library of the University of Leeds through the help pf many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organisations who recognized it his-

    torical importance an the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associ-

    ates with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

    and developement of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

    promote and adminisster its scholarity explotation and use.

    Material documentation the experience of over five thousand men and women is held within British and Commonnwealth forces were engaged

    but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

    Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

    British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal


  • March 24, 2017 13:09:27 Bianca Tarfulea

    Leeds University Library

    The Liddle Collection

    of first worl war

    archive materials

    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Deuchess of Kent, G.C. V. O., I.L.D.

     picture 

    The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typecript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a perios of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired fot the Library of the University of Leeds through the help pf many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organisations who recognized it his-

    torical importance an the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associ-

    ates with it a post of Keeper, whose task it is to continue the expansion

    and developement of the archive, to organize and preserve it, and to

    promote and adminisster its scholarity explotation and use.

    Material documentation the experience of over five thousand men and women is held within British and Commonnwealth forces were engaged

    but also the Domestic Front, Women's Service and Conscientious

    Objection. French and German experience is also documented. All the

    British Armed Services are comprehensively represented, and personal


  • March 24, 2017 12:49:32 Bianca Tarfulea

    Leeds University Library

    The Liddle Collection

    of first worl war

    archive materials

    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Deuchess of Kent, G.C. V. O., I.L.D.

     picture 

    The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typecript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a perios of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired fot the Library of the University of Leeds through the help pf many private individuals,

    charitable trust and commercial organisations who recognized it his-

    torical importance an the scholarly advantages of its acquisition by the

    University, with its large and active School of History and the major

    research facilities of the Brotherton Library. The Collection has associ-

    ates with it a post of the Brotherton Library. The Colle


  • March 24, 2017 12:45:51 Bianca Tarfulea

    Leeds University Library

    The Liddle Collection

    of first worl war

    archive materials

    Patron: Her Royal Highness the Deuchess of Kent, G.C. V. O., I.L.D.

     picture 

    The Liddle Collection office, Edward Boyle Library

    The Liddle Collection of letters, diaries, maps, photographs, artwork,

    scrapbooks, official papers, souvenirs, uniforms, newspapers, books

    and personal recollections in manuscript, typecript and tape-recorded

    form was built up over a perios of almost twenty-five years by the

    historian Peter Liddle. The archive was acquired fot the Library of the University of Leeds


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    Shrewsbury, England

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3211 / 42602
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Anthony Draper-Smith
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