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if you can't decipher a word or phrase put in a question mark in square brackets e.g. [?]
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- No, full transcriptions of the letters are NOT required. Just sender, receiver, what about and date you could always
- regarding letter pages being on separate page images: put the details of page numbers:
- 19 August 1900 W Whitaker in Keswick to Miss Johnston [Letter] [Page 1]
- 19 August 1900 W Whitaker in Keswick to Miss Johnston [Letter] [Page 4]
- 19 August 1900 W Whitaker in Keswick to Miss Johnston [Letter] [Page 2-3]
- as to the occurrence of the photo - something like: W Whitaker [Photograph] [As page 7]
- No real hard and fast rules - just what is logical ...
- I think we can say its Whitaker rather than Whitaker (?)
- If there is anything that ties an item (e.g. letters) to a particular GA field trip - that will be important info as we will be having 'GA field trip Earthwise pages further down the line.
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Yours sincerely Alfred C Young ? [Signature] Check Obit list done
Yours truly H H Wincome ? [Signature] Check Obit list done
Believe me with regards Yours sincerely W ? Swinnell? [Signature] Could be W F Gwinnelldone
Kind regards from Yours sincerely Ethel J ? Skeat [Signature] Check Obit list not there but signature is very similar to Ethel G Woods - same person, maiden name Obit in PGA
John T Kemp ? [Signature]Check Obit listdone
J T K ? [Signature] Check Obit list looking again, I think this is the same John T Kemp as above
Yrs very truly Henry Kidner ? [Signature] Check Obit list done
xxxxx? Yours faithfully W Henry Barnes [Signature]
in Sweden. Kindest regards from Yours very sincerely Ethel J Woods [Signature] Check Obit list done
With kind regards Yrs faithfully F W Bennett ? [Signature] Check Obit list done
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Some signatures are tricky - I have checked the Obit list
Tried Lowe, Loewe - Yes, Lowe found references to him elsewhere
Tried Head, Read, Slead - Confirmed, "Head" in membership list
Chas ? Pratt middle initial. The signature doesn't look much like the Charles Pratt American oilman Jonathan provided Rev Charles Tiplady Pratt (1839-1921) and has some biog. info which he will add
Page 12 - [User:jenbenmather] started All good wishes, sincerely yours [? can't read] [Signature] difficult one!
Eva Whitley, Rachel Workman, Russell [?] Gwinnell, Lieutenant Coke [?] difficult one!, Miss Davies [List of names] [may refer to photograph or field trip participants in photograph below agree]
Frederick Meeson, Roger Meeson Sept 7th 19[rest of date hidden by fold on page] [Signatures] I'll get Andrew Morrison the BGS Archivist to check this out when the KW site reopens
Page 13 - [User:jenbenmather] - started I think the signatures and three other names must relate to the group photograph - might there be a photo elsewhere that it links to? Best bet would be the signatures and the additional names relate to the 1906 Easter trip on the same page. They are probably members who attended but for which there wasn't a signature
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Page 17 - started [User: jenbenmather] Two difficult signatures
With kind regards and yours sincerely R W H[cannot make out] [Signature] and Yours sincerely A W Wilson [? Difficult to read][Signature] Have tried membership lists and obits. Both difficult - the second one could be A H not A W
Page 18 -started [User:jenbenmather] Two difficult signatures -I J T Bindon [?] and V E D Garach[??] Have checked members list, obituary and field trip report Both very difficult for me too!
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Page 20 -started [User: jenbenmather] - completed One difficult signature - can't relate it easily to any of the names in the press cutting Mr. Janchen is probably the best fit, There was an F Janchen on other GA trips put in
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Yours faithfully H Arnold A [can't read][Signature] Have tried Membership list and obituaries - could be a Bristol local on the trip? Could it be a H. Arnold D..... I would have expected him to do the A the same way as the A in Arnold
F W Bennett [?] [Signature] looks like it! OK
Page 22 - started [User: jenbenmather] two unclear names:
F Bennett [?] [on list of names] looks like it! OK
With kind regards Yours sincerely N D Robarts [?][May be a member of N Staffs field club] [Signature]
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Page 24 - started [User: jenbenmather] Two unclear signatures (this and the next page all appear to be women, which is interesting in itself!) See GA Task 9
Una Larmonie? Vera Larminie the poet from round about that time? Likely! Done
Una M K ? Ana?
Feel free to congratulate me on E Goodyear!! Brilliant... not an easy one - what was the lead to the discovery?! Reports in Proceedings gave the clue plus a bit of wikipedia and the obituaries.. Plus keen interest in women scientists (Him indoors and I have published on Eileen Hendriks)
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Its all looking great! Thank you - several on this page that have stumped me :
Yours sincerely Jessie D Granger Evans [?] [Signature], Yes, looks right to me
Not being able to attend lecture (so far) I must leave others to decide which is best M Winchester [?] [Signature]
E A Marstrand [?] [Signature]
Bolhild [?] Dewey [Signature] Possibly Mrs Henry Dewey? Bothild? A Swedish girls name
Yours sincerely Dorothy M Wardheim [?] [Signature] Yes, looks right to me
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Yours sincerely J W Heaton [?] [Signature]
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two tricky signatures
I am, yours sincerely F Chapman [?] [Signature]
[Illegible] N [xx]ing [Signature] near base of page on right