Letters to Caroline and George from George Macaulay Trevelyan and Janet Trevelyan nee Ward

Scope and Content

Mostly relates to George Macaulay's work in Italy for the British Red Cross Commission during World War I, serving as Commandant of Motor Ambulance Convoy No. 1.
Includes family news, annotated copies of Volume 1 Numbers 2-3 of 'Trento: Journal and Organ of the Anglo-Italian Nursing and Automobile Associations' (1916), Red Cross reports on activities and casualties in Italy and reference to George being awarded an OBE in 1918.
Also includes a letter to Caroline from Geoffrey Winthrop Young and letters to Geoffrey's parents from George Macaulay following Geoffrey sustaining a wound to the leg.

Access Information

Open to the public

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Some letters have damaged corners. In some instances this has caused text to be lost.

Archivist's Note

Annotations suggest this content once belonged to Mary Moorman nee Trevelyan.
This file is one of two which originally comprised former CPT 218 in the original arrangement.