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A.C. Arnold, Letters and diary, 06/54/1.

E.A. Aylmer, Letters and diary, 80/48/1.

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Papers relating to Rupert Brooke, Letters, 12456.

O. Burgess, Interview, 26871.

C. Bush and E. Spofforth, Interview, 516.

W.P. Campbell, Memoirs, 73/37/1.

W.C. Christopher, Letters, 88/11/1.

I. Clarke, Interview, 774.

G. Clayton, Interview, 10012.

F. Cocker, Letters, 82/11/1.

Collection of letters sent by four brothers, 1611.

F.S. Collings, Diary, 77/124/1.

G.E. Davies, Diary, 09/47/1.

M. Denys-Burton, Memoir, 92/22/1.

C. and E. Dodsworth, Diaries and memoir, 82/12/1.

M.R. Dooley, Interview, 712.

J.W. Dorgan, Interview, 9253.

J.O. Evans, Letters, 3280.

E.V.H. Fairtlough, Letters, 12610.

C.J. Falk, Letters, 06/74/1.

J. Fitzpatrick, Interview, 10676.

M.F. Foxell, Diary and letters, 11936.

W. Gamble, Letters, 08/67/1.

C.H.R. Gee, Interview, 13717.

S. Goodman, Letters, 97/26/1.

W. Gregory, Interview, 24545.

H. Hall, Interview, 26876.

F. Hammerton, Letters, 08/95/1.

J. Harley, Letters, 10/3/1.

E. Heaton, Letters, 03/29/1.

E.W. Hewish, Diary and letters, 02/43/1.

J.W. Hickson, Letters, 06/94/1.

R. Hill, Interview, 10770.

A.H. Hirst, Letters, 06/30/1.

F. Holding, Interview, 10922.

W.W. Holmes, Interview, 8868.

A. Hubbard, Letters, 22009.

F.L. Inglefield, Letters, 06/56/1.

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H.D. Keary, Letters, 2610.

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G. McDougall, Diary, LBY X. 46733.

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A. Mudie, Letters, 1197.

H. Mullins, Interview, 7491.

H.L. Mundy, Interview, 5868.

J.W. Naylor, Interview, 729.

A.W. Page, Letters, 98/28/1.

J.R. Park, Letters, 13/13/1.

A.E. Parker, Letters and memoir, 99/22/1.

J. Pearce, Letters, 13303.

D. Pickford, Letters, 11301.

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T. Povey, Letters, 08/147/1.

D. Price, Interview, 10168.

E. Rhodes, Interview, 10914.

A. Tattersall, Letters, 07/40/1.

R. Taylor, Interview, 11113.

A.G. Sadd, Letters, 96/57/1.

J. Sams, Letters, 02/551/1.

W.J.H. Shewry, Memoirs, 508.

H.A. Smith, Letters, 16164.

A.W. Stapleton, Memoir, 17245.

J. Tavernor, Letters, 09/6/1.

R.H. Turner, Letters, 22208.

A. Wagstaff, Interview, 17552.

P. Wall, Letters, 86/53/1.

B.A. West, Diaries, 537.

B. Whalley, Interview, 24551.

M.B. Wilkinson, Memoir, 09/47/1.

E.G. Williams, Interview, 10604.

S.S. Winsten, Interview, 784.

E.D. Wolton, Interview, 9090.

K.F. Wray, Interview, 4696.

A.E. Wrench, Diaries, 85/51/1.

W.L. Wright, Letters, 13/11/1.

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F. Day, Letters, EP/015.

B. Evers, Letters, GS/0532.

R. Harvey, Letters, GS/0723.

P.F. Horton, Letters, CO/048.

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P. Puckle, Letters, memoir and interview, WO/097.

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