2 diaries, with typed transcript (10 Dec. 1914-10 Jan. 1922); Photograph album (1910-1919); Blackpool concert poster (n.d.); National Registration certificate (n.d.); 23 photographs relating to the Crescent Military Hospital, Croydon (1918-1919); Typescript notes on family history, with photocopied photographs and certificates, compiled by the donor, A. N. Craven (son) (Aug. 1990).
Hilda Craven papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Hilda Craven (ne Duckworth) (1894-1988) spent most of the First World War at home at Ribby Hall, near Kirkham, Lancashire, before serving as a Nurse, VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment), at the Crescent Military Hospital, Croydon, 1918-1919
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Access is unrestricted
The papers were placed in the Collection by A. N. Craven (son) in Dec. 1990.
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Domestic Front catalogue (hard copy) http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/liddle/index.htm
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Conditions Governing Use
A. N. Craven specifies that publication of any part of this material is to be at his discretion