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Field Cards

Consists of 5 fields cards issued by the British Army and sent by George Brown, Thomas Baker Brown's brother, to his family whilst he was serving as a soldier in France during World War I.

Fields Cards

Consists of 11 fields cards issued by the British Army and sent to the Brown family by various friends and relatives during World War I.

Scrapbook of newspaper articles relating to World War I

Consists a scrapbook of newspaper articles and clippings relating to World War I, and in particular Thomas Baker Brown. Includes the newspaper clipping announcing Thomas Baker Brown being awarded the Military Medal, as well as a clipping acknowledging Thomas Baker Brown's cousin, Alfred Douglas Mason, died from wounds. The scrapbook was created by Thomas Baker Brown's father.

Newspaper cuttings and notes

Consists of a file of newspaper cuttings alongside notes made by Thomas Baker Brown. Includes a 'list of units of territorial forces', 'war-time songs' and 'Field Marshal Kitchener's message to all troops on embarkation'.

Photograph album of visit to France, 1926

Consists of a photograph album created by Thomas Baker Brown on a visit to France in 1926. The photographs relate to places of significance to Thomas Baker Brown in relation to his time spent in France serving as a soldier in World War I.

Reading the River: Selected Poems

Consists of letters and manuscripts relating to Reading the River: Selected Poems by Robert Adamson. Robert Adamson has been nourished for much of his life by Australia’s Hawkesbury River. Reading the River praises nature – red in tooth and claw – and celebrates existence as a mythological quest. The early poems trace Adamson’s own journey through a difficult childhood, prison and exile in the city, the source of a hard-won scepticism undercutting the highly personal Romanticism and daring lyricism of his later work.

Adamson, Robert, 1943 -,  Poet

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