Geoffrey Williamson papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Officers Training Corps Record of Service and Qualifications (5 June 1914); 3 photographs (1930, nd); Application for admission to an Officer Cadet Unit (25 October 1916); Classification certificate (17 July 1916); Programme for Basrah Races (7-10 November 1917); 3 concert programmes (7 April 1917, 1 August 1917, 18 January 1919); Typescript letter from Sergeant J. Molyneux, Royal Engineers, to Geoffrey Williamson (14 August 1920); Typescript recollections in the form of a letter from Sergeant J. Molyneux, Royal Engineers, to 'Agnes' (22 January 1920); National Registration Identity Card (20 June 1940); Fire Instructor certificate (8 March 1943); Set of reproductions 'Scenes in Mesopotamia' (nd); 1 typescript and five manuscript letters to 'Lalla' (2 December 1918-29 August 1919); Typescript recollections 'Sweet To Ride Forth', with foreword (1947); Typescript recollections 'Random Air' (nd); Typescript recollections 'Goulash and Champagne' (nd); Photograph album (nd); 2 published books The Lovable Outlaw and Grand Trunk Knight, both by Geoffrey Williamson and both with manuscript dedications (1930, 1933).

Administrative / Biographical History

Geoffrey Williamson was born at Hornsey, London, in 1897 and served as Clerk to the Deputy Director of Railway Transport in Mesopotamia and India.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by D. Williamson (son).

Note

In English.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

Personal Names