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|Manuscript Name||Papers of Raymond Morrison|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 354|
|Last Updated||October 2021|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||This collection comprises of letters and other material concerning the military career of Private T.W. (Thomas William) Morrison and letters and diaries of Private G.H. (George Hugh) Morrison.|
George Morrison died on the western front in Belgium in 1917 aged 21, a year after his elder brother Thomas died aged 26 in France.
Papers of Raymond Morrison, Special Collections UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, MSS 354, Box [Number], Folder [Number].
Letters - Private T.W. (Thomas William) Morrison to family while serving with the Australian Imperial Force (AIF), February-October, 1916
The Australian Widows’ Fund Life Assurance policy documents (2), 1906
Death Notice and telegram to family (Private T.W. Morrison - killed in action - 10 December 1916)
Letters of condolence, 1916-1918
Official military portrait photograph of Private T.W. Morrison (Colour laminated copy)
Photographs (3) of Private T.W. Morrison’s grave at le Bizet cemetery, Armentieres, France
Probate letter of administration re Private T.W. Morrison estate
Imperial War Graves Commission Registration of Burial of Private T.W. Morrison
Australian Archives – photocopies of Private T.W. Morrison ’s service records,
transcripts of letters and biographical notes
Letters - Private G.H. (George Hugh) Morrison to family while serving with the AIF, February, 1916- March, 1917
The Goulburn Herald pocket calendar (undated)
McLeod and Kelf “Tasman Studio”, (Mudgee) publicity card
Documents pertaining to Private G.H. Morrison’s leave in England – Leave pass, Victoria League Overseas Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Club Ramsay Lodge bed check ticket stubs (3), Railway ticket stub (Waterloo to Amesbury)
Death notice and telegram to family (Private G.H. Morrison – killed in action- 10 October 1917)
Letters of condolence, 1917-1918
Official military portrait photograph of Private G.H. Morrison (Colour laminated copy)
Imperial War Graves Commission Menin Gate Register of Death of Private G.H. Morrison
Australian Archives – photocopies of Private G.H. Morrison ’s service records
Copy of letter (17 April 1994) by Ray Morrison to Brian (second name unknown) listing soldiers who joined up with or came into contact with Private G.W. Morrison.