Letters and one postcard to family (17 Apr. 1917, 18 Apr. 1917, 22 June 1917, 12 July 1917; n.d.); Letter to his father informing him that he is in Wormwood Scrubs (1 May 1917); Curriculum vitae, 1918-1930 (n.d.); Press cutting from The Wallasey News [18 Apr. 1917]; 18 issues of Plain Truth, Vols. XXIV-XXVII, Nos. 281-282, 284, 287-289, 291-292, 294, 297, 300-301, 305, 307-309, 311 and 313, published by the Reverend Donald B. Fraser from Pembroke Chapel, Liverpool (Oct. 1914-Nov. 1917); Typed transcript of an interview with his sister, Mrs Enid Shears, recorded with Peter Liddle (Apr. 1977).
Donald Fraser papers
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Donald Geen Fraser was educated at Bristol Grammar School and Liverpool University. A conscientious objector and son of a pacifist minister, the Reverend Donald B. Fraser, he was imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs, and later at Dartmoor on the Home Office Work Scheme.
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