Asquith Dalton papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

15 photographs, with six negatives (Mar. 1918, n.d.); Photocopied book The No-Conscription Fellowship: A souvenir of its work during the years 1914-1919 (n.d.); Photocopy of transfer certificate (4 May 1917); Photocopy of humorous conscientious objection postcards (n.d.); Photocopied manuscript note confirming employment in the work centre at Wakefield (May 1917); Photocopy of No-Conscription Fellowship membership card (n.d.); Photocopied discharge certificate (31 Mar. 1920); Photocopied signed undertaking to serve the Committee for the Employment of Conscientious Objectors (n.d.); Photocopied letters of reference for A. A. Dalton, by Harold Mathers and Willie Shaw (n.d., 16 April 1917); Photocopy of 5th Reserve Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, charge sheet and summary of evidence against A. A. Dalton (20-26 Feb. 1917); Photocopied letter to A. A. Dalton from the Central Tribunal (26 Apr. 1917); Letter to Peter Liddle, regarding photographs (28 Oct. 1971).

Administrative / Biographical History

Asquith Archie Dalton, a conscientious objector and member of the No-Conscription Fellowship, was imprisoned at Wakefield Prison.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

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