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The Merry Makers Club

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reedsman
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Robert Wallace Davies
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Sedgely Park Manchester
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A2025929
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12 November 2003

As a child , my two older sisters formed a club to raise money for war funds and involve us in war support activities . All is detailed in a diary written by my older sister Evelynne all contained in an exercise book I still have complete with receipts from Uncle Mac of the BBC for money we had contributed - Parts of it are very funny as well as being poignant and bitter sweet . We feel that it deserves joining an archive but have been wondering how we should do this as it is far too long for me to type in - Any ideas ?

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Posted on: 12 November 2003 by Peter - WW2 Site Helper

Have you considered scanning your diary?

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