North Whitehead papers

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter to Evelyn (wife?), written from Italy by an unidentified correspondent on British Red Cross Society paper (20 Jan. 1917); 7 manuscript letters, mainly from North Whitehead or his wife to Eric (son) or Jessie (daughter) (15 Dec. 1915-2 Mar. 1919); Typescript letter from West Sussex Constabulary to Miss Whitehead (28 Aug. 1918).

Administrative / Biographical History

North Whitehead was a Professor, whose son, Eric A. Whitehead, was serving with the 24th Battalion, RFC (Royal Flying Corps), and whose daughter, Jessie Whitehead, was a Clerk with the British Delegation in Paris for the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919.

Access Information

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by E. A. N. Whitehead, who remains the copyright holder. See Research Correspondence File.


In English

Other Finding Aids

Domestic Front catalogue (hard copy)

Alternative Form Available


Related Material

See DF 140: Whitehead, J (daughter).