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List of Women's Army Auxiliary Corps servicewomen bound for Le Havre from Aldershot via Southampton, 20 Nov 1917; leave of absence pass for Forewoman Gummersall to visit Trouville from Le Havre, 21 Sep 1919. Archives 1998-11-14
Army forms, railway tickets and vouchers relating to personnel serving with the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (later the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps) in France, 1916-1917, comprising template and blank pro formas for acquittance and nominal rolls, daily orders forms, and leave rosters, together with a completed Field Post Card (August 1916), bread vouchers issued to British Armed Forces in France, and a leave and railway ticket (October 1917); 11 items; associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1998-11-15
Papers on the connection of Queen Mary with the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1918-1922. Archives 1998-11-16
Papers relating to the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps uniform, 1917-1952. Archives 1998-11-17
Papers relating to Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps; examination paper; preliminary training summons; Physical Training Tables of Exercises for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps HQ, Army Gymnastic Staff Nov 1917; Acknowledgement of WAAC training help provided to the Women's Royal Navy Service; Educational Training Scheme issued with the Special Army Order X, 24 Sep 1918. Archives 1998-11-18
Papers relating to Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps trades and employment; including cooks, telephonists, telegraphists and clerks, 1917-1920. Archives 1998-11-19
Recruitment and demobilisation papers, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917-1920. Archives 1998-11-20
Papers relating to the Army's use of female cooks supplied by the Women's Legion, 1915-1917. Archives 1998-11-21
Reports of social activities undertaken by four Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps Units; two in London, one in Bushey and one at Esher; in response to an enquiry by Queen Mary, Sep 1918. Archives 1998-11-22
Daily orders Part II of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Hostel at the Connaught Club, London, 5 Aug 1917. Archives 1998-11-23
Leave of absence book, Wellington Barracks, Lichfield, 1918. Archives 1998-11-24
Register of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps members at the School of Instruction, Berkhamstead, 1918. Archives 1998-11-25
Record of awards and medals for the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps; including expressions of appreciation for their services from both the British Expeditionary Force and Allied Expeditionary Force, 1917-1920. Archives 1998-11-26
Report on the Commission of Enquiry in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, 20 Mar 1918; Parliamentary debates of 25 Feb 1918, including reference to the Commission of Enquiry; various documents relating to discipline, May 1917 to Oct 1918. Archives 1998-11-27
Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps papers relating to health and welfare, 1917-1919, includes: rationing, health insurance, dental treatment, medical treatment, accommodation and representations made to Queen Mary on the subject. Archives 1998-11-28
Manuscript copy of the diary of Pte Fred Ritchie, 1st Cambridgeshire Regiment, Feb to July 1915. Archives 1998-11-29
Diary of 102 Group Auxiliary Territorial Service, with the British Expeditionary Force in France, Mar to Jun 1940, by Senior Commandant Margaret Wagstaff. Archives 1998-11-30
Notes for the potential WO1's course held at the School of Military Administration, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, Oct 1941. Archives 1998-11-31
Order of service for the Auxiliary Territorial Services, 1939-1963; including a series held at Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford and Westminster Abbey. Archives 1998-11-32
Reports of examples of Auxiliary Territorial Service bravery, 1940-1941. Archives 1998-11-33
War Diary, in two parts, of the Auxiliary Territorial Service group at the Chilwell Depot, Nottinghamshire, 1940-1944. Archives 1998-11-34
Daily orders, Part II, of the 11th Durham Company Auxiliary Territorial Service, April 1939 to January 1940. Archives 1998-11-35
Records relating to the Museum of the Women's Royal Army Corps, 1947-92. Archives 1998-11-36
Job evaluation of the post of Director Women's Royal Army Corps (DWRAC), 1962-1976. Archives 1998-11-37
Signed proofs, distribution lists and spare covers for 'The Corps Today', nos 1-16, Dec 1983 to Dec 1991. Archives 1998-11-38
File of material relating to the Women's Royal Army Corps 40th Anniversary Dinner held at the Guildhall, London, 1 Feb 1989. Archives 1998-11-39
Files on the tours of HM The Queen of the Auxiliary Territorial Service units of South-Eastern Command, 1942, 1943 and 1944. Archives 1998-11-40
File of papers on the HQ Mess reception held at the Banqueting House, Whitehall, 4 Nov 1980. Archives 1998-11-41
File of papers on the Women's Royal Army Corps headdress, 1969-1971. Archives 1998-11-42
File of papers relating to the Women's Royal Army Corps Headquarters Mess, 1975-1978. Archives 1998-11-43
The Young Women of Turkey Shoulder Arms and Go on Guard. Report dated Ankara, 1956. Archives 1998-11-44
Notes on Exercise 'Ladybird', 10 Jul 1964, a Kent Civil Defence Exercise in which the Women's Royal Army Corps (TA) were involved. Archives 1998-11-45
Papers relating to the Women's Royal Army Corps Regimental Dinner in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the corps, held at the Guildhall, London, 12 Jul 1984. Archives 1998-11-46
File of papers on the murder of Pte K V McClung, Women's Royal Army Corps, 24 Jun 1968. Archives 1998-11-47
Women's Royal Army Corps recruitment and personnel selection material, 1956-76. Archives 1998-11-48
Minutes of the WVR Club, women's rambling and activities association, 1933-1956. Archives 1998-11-49
Architectural report on the Women's Royal Army Corps School of Instruction, Camberley, 1960. Archives 1998-11-50
Letters and messages of condolence to the Women's Royal Army Corps Centre after the IRA Guildford bombings of 5 Oct 1974 in which two WRAC personnel were killed and others wounded. Archives 1998-11-51
Copy of 'Report on Study into the Long Term Role and Employment of Women in the Army, (The Crawford Report), Mar 198. Includes covering correspondence. Archives 1998-11-52
File of papers on the Women's Army Service Corps farewell parade, Guildford, 25 Mar 1992. Archives 1998-11-53
Agenda for the Director Women's Army Service Corps, formal annual conferences, 1969-1987. Archives 1998-11-54
File of papers relating to the opening of the Women's Army Service Corps Depot and Training Centre at Queen Elizabeth's Barracks, Guildford, 30 Oct 1964. Archives 1998-11-55
Architectural proposal on the reconstruction of Queen Elizabeth Barracks, Guildford, for use as a Women's Army Service Corps Depot and Training Centre, 1960. Archives 1998-11-56
Register of confirmations and baptisms in the Church hut, Auxiliary Territorial Service, Training Centre, Guildford and elsewhere, 1946-48. Archives 1998-11-57
File of papers on the incorporation of a memorial window to officers and members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps in Guildford Cathedral, 1955-1957. Archives 1998-11-58
Order of service for the dedication ceremony of the Women's Army Service Corps depot church of St Mark at Guildford, 28 Jul 1957. Archives 1998-11-59
Minute book of the Three Services Committee, formed to co-ordinate the service at Westminster Abbey, on 1 Jun 1967, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the three women's services; order of Service for the event. Archives 1998-11-60
Four prayer books from the Women's Army Service Corps Depot Church of St Mark, Guildford, and Huron Camp Chapel, Women's Army Service Corps School of Instruction, Hindhead; Hymn book from the chapel of the Auxiliary Territorial Service Officers School, Windsor. Archives 1998-11-61
Church services register, 1946-55. Archives 1998-11-62
Minutes of the Chapel Committee meetings, 1955-57. Archives 1998-11-63
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1895, Gen Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston, Royal Engineers; modified pattern 1895, the inner guard is turned over to prevent fraying and damage to the uniform; associated leather scabbard, frog, sword bag and steel scabbard; made by Robert Mole and Sons, Birmingham. Edged Weapons 1965-05-29
Infantry officer's sword, pattern 1895, Gen Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston, Royal Engineers; modified pattern 1895, the inner guard is turned over to prevent fraying and damage to the uniform; associated leather scabbard, frog, sword bag and steel scabbard; made by Robert Mole and Sons, Birmingham. Equipment, general 1965-05-29
Infantry Officer's sword, Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, pattern 1897, 1936 (c); blade bears engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; three quarter basket guard inset with the cypher of George VI and the regimental badge; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1983-04-99
Sergeants' sword, First (Grenadier) Guards, 1840-50 (c); plain blade of pattern 1845 Officer sword, engraved with the maker's name, Herbert and Company; brass knucklebow guard, inset with the regimental badge; wooden grip bound with fish skin and brass wire; leather sword strap and knot. Edged Weapons 1983-02-11
An Abbot 105 mm Self Propelled Gun FV433, 1969 (c). Oil on board by David Rawlins, 1979(c); three quarters view to left, against landscape. Oil Paintings 1998-11-64
Morning Parade at the Tower of London, by Edouard Detaille, 1880 (c). Christmas greetings card after a painting by Edouard Detaille, published by the Grenadier Guards and sold in aid of Regimental charities, 1998; spectators view a pause between a morning drill parade of the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier Guards and the Changing of the Guards. Prints 1998-11-65
Hawthorne Ridge, the Somme, 1st July 1984. Greetings card after Brian Yale, published 1984 (c); poppies and other wild flowers at the edge of fields where the Battle of the Somme took place. Prints 1998-11-66
Solid round wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 5/8 in diameter. Equipment, general 1998-11-67
Flat wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 4 1/16 in x 8 in thick; for stoves oil boiling 'Beatrice'. Equipment, general 1998-11-68
Flat wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 4 1/16 in x 8 in thick (w/2 mauve stripes); for S.O.H. 'Chalex' B.F. Equipment, general 1998-11-69
Solid round wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 3/8 in diameter; for lamps spirit blowpipe and lamps spirit 1/2 pint. Equipment, general 1998-11-70
Circular wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 2 in x 8 in; for lamps aerial and lamps national. Equipment, general 1998-11-71
Flat wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 4.5 in x 9 in; for Stoves Oil Cooking Rippingilles 'H10'. Equipment, general 1998-11-72
Flat wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 6 in x 9 in; for Stoves Oil Cooking Rippingilles 'H10'. Equipment, general 1998-11-73
Circular wick, working pattern, 1956 (c); 2.25 in x 8 in; for lamps, Belge 25 B.S. Equipment, general 1998-11-74
Metal label, working pattern, 1957 (c); 6 x 3.5 in; printed warning transit case in green and black. Equipment, general 1998-11-75
Dog comb, working pattern, 1956 (c); 4 in; plating to be chromium on nickel. Equipment, general 1998-11-76
Wooden cast for boots, working pattern, 25 Oct 1957. Equipment, general 1998-11-77
Sword, Sergeant, The Welsh Regiment, 1850 (c); plain blade with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Firmin and Sons; brass knucklebow inset with Regimental badge; wooden grip bound with fish skin and brass wire. Edged Weapons 1973-06-31
Basket-hilted broadsword for privates of the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment, 1770-1775 (c); blade marked with the maker's name, Jefris; pommel marked with the Regiment's number; privately purchased by the Regiment. Edged Weapons 1977-06-60
Scottish Broadsword, 79th Regiment of Foot (Cameron Highlanders), 1806-1808. Made by J J Runkel of Solingen and dates the sword as pre-1808. Edged Weapons 1995-07-60
Infantry sword, 1st (Royal) Regiment, regimental pattern 1796, 1812 (c); blade has engraved decoration, including a motto in a wreath; knucklebow guard with two fixed shells which carry the Regimental Badge. Edged Weapons 1972-03-27
Basket-hilted Broadsword, 116th Regiment (Perthshire Highlanders), 1795 (c); fullered blade; deep concave basket hilt, inset with the regimental number and motto, thistle, star and crown; grip covered in sharkskin and bound with twisted copper wire. Edged Weapons 1982-04-776
Basket-hilted Broadsword, 1790-1810 (c); blade is engraved with decorations; the guard is inset with thistles and crowns in cartouche; scabbard; probably bought for a Scottish Fencible Regiment. Edged Weapons 1982-04-778
Light Infantry officer's sword, 90th (Perthshire Light Infantry), 1810 (c); blade is extremely curved and engraved with the name of the Regiment and the name, Egypt; gilt brass guard; wooden grip covered with sharkskin; scabbard is black leather. Edged Weapons 1963-12-223
Light Infantry officer's sword, 71st (Highland) Regiment, 1803 (c); blade is very curved and flat backed, with engraved decoration, including the motif of the Regiment, a stringed bugle and the number 71; steel stirrup guard with a curved outer bar, decorated between with a cast iron spray of thistles, roses and shamrocks; wooden grip covered with black leather. Edged Weapons 1980-05-31
Light Infantry officer's sword, 71st (Highland Light Infantry), 1817 (c); blade is curved and flat backed, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, R Johnston; steel knucklebow guard, with the Regimental badge on the right langet; wooden grip covered with fish skin and bound with steel or German silver wire. Edged Weapons 1975-10-22
Cross-hilt sword, 71st (Highland Light Infantry), 1890 (c); regulation broadsword blade, with decoration including, the retailers name, Leakie, Graham & Co; interchangeable hilt pattern, at present fitted with the Undress Regimental cross-guard; steel scabbard; belonging to Maj T L Jowitt. Edged Weapons 1962-09-15
.66 in percussion carbine, pattern 1844; Devon Yeomanry Cavalry; missing sling bar and rammer swivel. Firearms 1998-11-78
Broadsword, pattern 1865, 1914, Gordon Highlanders; blade is inscribed with the regiment's name, the owner's name, P T Pirie, and the maker's name, Meyer & Mortimer; basket hilt with lining for dress and, alternative, undress cross hilt; leather covered service scabbard and sword bag marked, I P W. Edged Weapons 1983-02-42
Broadsword, pattern 1865, 1914, Gordon Highlanders; blade is inscribed with the regiment's name, the owner's name, P T Pirie, and the maker's name, Meyer & Mortimer; basket hilt with lining for dress and, alternative, undress cross hilt; leather covered service scabbard and sword bag marked, I P W. Equipment, general 1983-02-42
Infantry Officer's sword, 91st (Princess Louise's Argyllshire) Highlanders, 1873 (c); blade is inscribed with the name of the Regiment and the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; steel scroll guard with its lining; metal scabbard; bought by Lt Freville Cookson, 91st Foot, in 1873. Edged Weapons 1980-07-78
Infantry officers sword, regimental pattern 1822, 21st (Royal North British Fusiliers), 1868; back edged, fullered blade, with engraved decoration, including the name of the Regiment and the maker's name, Henry Wilkinson; guard in gilt brass; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with brass wire; black leather scabbard, gilt brass mounts; associated with Maj Gen G F Gildea, CB ADC. Edged Weapons 1969-08-17
Infantry Sergeant's sword, Scots Guards, 1855 (c); blade is spear pointed and marked with the maker's name, Hawkes and Company; brass knucklebow guard inset with the Regimental badge; black leather scabbard, with brass mounts. Edged Weapons 1974-03-138
Dragoon Officer's Broadsword, 1730 (c); with German blade, possibly dating from 1720; basket hilt, which is very similar to the 'Mortuary' swords of the seventeenth century. Edged Weapons 1988-04-2
Dragoon Officer's sword, 15th Light Dragoons, 1763-5; straight, single edged blade, stamped with letters; 'S' shaped steel cross guard; grip of pebbled leather covering bound with silver wire; black leather scabbard, with steel mouthpiece engraved with the maker's name, Jefferys; associated with Capt William Brooke. Edged Weapons 1972-05-70
Dragoon officer's sword, 1770 (c); blade is straight and fullered, with engraved decoration; brass, half-basket hilt; grip is covered with fish skin and bound with copper wire; black leather scabbard. Edged Weapons 1963-10-120
Trooper sword, 15th (King's) Light Dragoons, 1775 (c); blade is straight and engraved with the Regimental title and the maker's name, Cullum; knucklebow and cross guards, he knuckle bow bears the squadron and troop identification 'E' over '4'; may have been issued to the regiment as early as 1773. Edged Weapons 1970-05-16
Officer's sword, 1777-1780; straight, fullered blade, engraved with the maker's name, G Harvey; guard has been modified by having the two inner bars of the hilt removed; grip covered in fishskin and bound with twisted copper wire. Edged Weapons 1973-05-21
Heavy Cavalry officer's sword, 1782 (c); straight blade with a flat back and spear point, engraved with the maker's initial, R, for Runkel; steel basket guard; wooden grip covered with sharkskin and bound with German silver wire. Edged Weapons 1977-08-3
Heavy cavalry officer sword, 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards, pattern 1788, 1794; the blade is straight and flat back, with engraved decoration, including the maker's name, Thomas Gill, Regimental device, and the owner's initials; wrought iron basket guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin and bound with copper wire; black leather scabbard; owned by Thomas Mellifont. Edged Weapons 1995-02-70
Pattern 1788 Heavy Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1793; blade is straight, with a single cutting edged, and is inscribed with the maker's name, I Wooley, and dated 1793; steel knucklebow guard; grip covered in black fish skin and bound with copper wire; black leather scabbard with metal mouthpiece. Edged Weapons 1963-10-111
Pattern 1788 Light Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1790 (c); blade is curved with a flat back and is engraved with the maker's name, Thomas Gill; steel knucklebow guard; wooden grip covered in fish skin; scabbard is wood covered with tooled leather, and encased in iron or a steel. Edged Weapons 1985-07-54
Light Cavalry officers sword, 16th (Queen's) Light Dragoons, pattern 1788, 1790 (c); blade is moderately curved, with engraved decoration, including the regimental title and the maker's name, J J Runkel; the guard is a straight knucklebow, in steel; wooden grip, covered in leather; scabbard in steel or wrought iron, made by Woolleyand Company, 1790-1797. Edged Weapons 1960-05-22
Light Cavalry officer's sword, 15th (Kings) Light Dragoons, pattern 1788, 1791; elaborate officer's scabbard; presented to Capt John Polhill; made by James Woolley and Company, Birmingham, 1791; etched on blade: 'JOH. POLHILL XV COHORTIS EQUESTRIS DUCTORI BENE MERENT BIRMINGHAMIA INCENDIO LIBERATA HOC MUNUSCULUM LIBENS DONAUIT MDCCXCI'; hilt inscribed, 'J Polhill, RAS, WH, 1791'. Edged Weapons 1987-09-5
Light Cavalry Officer's sword, 30th (Princess of Wales) Light Dragoons, 1794-1796; blade is curved, and engraved with, Gill, the maker's name and warrant; steel straight knucklebow guard; ebony grip; scabbard is wood covered in leather. Edged Weapons 1963-10-119
Light Cavalry Officer's Dress sword, 7th (Queen's Own) Light Dragoons, 1792 (c); blade is curved, flat backed, spear pointed wand fullered; gilt brass knucklebow guard; wooden grip covered in leather and encased in gilt brass; scabbard in black leather, with elaborate gilt brass mounts. Edged Weapons 1994-06-218
Light Cavalry officer's sword, pattern 1796, 1800 (c); blade inscribed with the maker's name, Thomas Gill; stirrup hilt; steel scabbard. Edged Weapons 1965-09-44
Pattern 1796 Light Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1812 (c); made by Osborn and Gunby of Birmingham and London under contract to the Board of Ordnance; blade is an unusual shape for this pattern, wide shallow fuller with washer; steel stirrup guard with large oval langets. Edged Weapons 1960-05-24
Light Cavalry officer, pattern 1796, 1810 (c); fine blue and gilt blade; steel stirrup-hilt; steel scabbard inscribed with the maker's name, Osborn & Gunby, and the post-1801 Royal Coat of Arms. Edged Weapons 1980-05-19