Scope and Content

  • /1 Medical Directory entry 1927
  • /2 Reference for Buckley from F.W.Smith for post of accident room house surgeon (MRI), 20 February 1914.
  • /3 Typescript circular letter from Walter Carnt (MRI). Enclosing a copy letter from War Office, expressing view that non-enlisted medical staff are 'Performing equally patriotic service to those who are serving with the Army.'
  • /4 Typescript letter from Walter Carnt (superintendent and secretary MRI) to Buckley, 19 November 1915, thanking him for work as accident room house surgeon, and presenting with a gift of 50 guineas.
  • /5 Copy of Buckley's temporary commission in RAMC 21 December 1915
  • /6 Card and envelope, recording note of appreciation from GOC 41st Division for Buckley's conduct in aiding wounded, 15 September 1916
  • /7 Letter (and envelope) from Cyril Barnard (?) to Buckley, 20 September 1916, thanking him for 'gallant conduct' in helping wounded, and says will be a great loss to regiment.
  • /8, receipt for a registered letter, 4 January 1919.
  • /9 War Office letter 15 July 1919, informing Buckley that no blame has been attached to his capture by enemy forces.
  • /10 Protection certificate (officer) for Buckley, 30 March 1920.
  • /11 Letter from War Office to Buckley, 17 April 1920, thanking for services during the War.
  • /12-15 Envelope containing three photos of Buckley with members of nursing staff (location not identified).
  • /16 Photograph of Buckley in uniform, with three unidentified military personnel.
  • /17 Postcard showing group of military (medical) personnel, dated 3 October 1918, name of sender illegible, though appears to be Canadians; card is stamped 'British Help Committee, Rennbahn Camp, near Munster, Westphalia).