Ronald Lloyd papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Typescript of letter to parents, with press cutting relating to the torpedoing of the Hermes and the role of his transport ship, the Invicta in rescuing its crew (31 Oct. 1914, 2 Nov. 1914); Manuscript humorous variation on the song "Pack Up Your Troubles" (n.d.); Letter to Joanna Lloyd [6 May 1917]; Letter to his parents (13 Nov. 1918); Press cutting "Quakers at the Front" (n.d.); Typescript letter to Mrs G. Lloyd relating to a Birmingham Friends Motor Ambulance (21 Apr. 1915); Booklet A Story of the Work of the Friends' Ambulance Unit, October 1914-February 1915 by Geoffrey Winthrop Young (28 Feb. 1915); Extract from unidentified magazine (n.d.); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (June 1978).

Administrative / Biographical History

Ronald L. Lloyd (b. 1894 at Edgbaston, Birmingham) was educated at Leighton Park School, Reading, and Trinity College, Cambridge. With the Friends' Ambulance Unit, he was employed in secretarial work in Paris, 1914-1916, and served with Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 13 on the Western Front from about 1916.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Related Material

Tapes 519 and 532: interview recorded with Peter Liddle in June 1978.