Edward Addison papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

3 Friends' War Victims Relief Committee reports, two relating to the Marne and Chlons-sur-Marne (n.d., Nov. 1914-Feb. 1915, Dec. 1914-Feb. 1915); French identification permit (18 Sep. 1917); Certificate of exemption (19 Mar. 1916); Friends' War Victims Relief open letter requesting donations (Apr. 1917); 2 booklets of pictures of work of Friends' War Victims Relief "Reconstruction" (n.d.); 2 letters from the British Red Cross Society (16 Sep. 1919, 20 Sep. 1919); French Red Cross certificate (15 Mar. 1918); Typescript essay "After 4 Years" (n.d.); 53 photographs (21 Mar. 1917-22 Sep. 1919, n.d.); Wallet (n.d.); No. 17 Ambulance Train diary (28 Nov. 1915-9 July 1916); 4 photograph albums relating to Friends' War Victims Relief and Friends' Ambulance Unit work (1915-1917, n.d.); Notebook (29 Sep. 1916); 8 manuscript letters to his brothers (4 Dec. 1915-9 Feb. 1919); Diary, used also as an accounts book (29 Sep.-31 Dec. 1916); Reports Nos. 1-3 of the Friends' War Victims Relief Committee (Sep. 1914-Sep. 1916); Small map of the Somme (n.d.); Typescript letter to Mary and Jack (15 June 1919); Passport (15 Sep. 1916-17 May 1918); Events programme for Canadian Pacific ship, Empress of Canada (26-27 Oct. 1961); Letter from Queen Anne's Bounty requesting remittance for rent (5 Feb. 1934); Leaflet of 26th Annual Conference of Devon and Cornwall Area of the "Peace Pledge Union and the Fellowship of Reconciliation", 5-6 Nov. 1977 (1978); Manuscript and photocopied recollections (1977); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Mar. 1978).

Administrative / Biographical History

Edward Addison (b. 1895 in Westmoreland) of the Friends' War Victims Relief and Friends' Ambulance Unit served on the Western Front, 1914-1918, first with No. 17 Ambulance Train at Boulogne until July 1916, then in agricultural work in the Somme region.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Related Material

Tapes 504 and 517: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in Mar. 1978.