Wallath, Robert Herman

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A collection of personal letters between Robert Wallath and 'sisters' in the Salvation Army. Also letters and documentation relating the publishing of his book 'A Highwayman with a Mission'.

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1 Letter from 'sister' to Wallath. Dasted 29 June 1949. 4 pages. Envelope included.

2 Letter from Wallath to sisters. Dated 28 July 1949. 3 pages, written in pencil on scrap paper.

3 Letter from the sisters to Wallath. Dated 10 October 1949. 3 pages.

4 Letter from Wallace to the sisters. Dated 7 November 1949. 4 pages

5 Letter from the sisters to Wallath. Dated Wednesday 11 April. 2 pages, typed.

6 Letter from the sisters to Wallath. Dated Labour Day, 1950. 8 pages.

7 Part of a letter in Wallath's hand, written in pencil. 26/11/50 written in ink in top right corner.

8 Memo to Mr. Gordon Smith from R. Wallath re: resignation in the matter of the Saunders Trust. Dated 12 March 1951. 'Copy' written in top left quadrant.

9 Envelope adressed to Wallath. 'Rough Draft of Letter to Sister' written in top left quadrant.

10 Letter from Wallath to the sisters. Dated 12 November 1952. 1 page.

11 Receipts from Thomas Avery & Sons Ltd.(printers, booksellers and stationers) for 1025 copies of "A Highwayman with a Mission." 2 pages.

12 Memo re: books from Avery's listing where the books have been sent. Dated 8 December 1954. 1 page.

13 Memo to Commisioner R. Haggard from Wallath re: sales of "A Highwayman with a Mission." Dated 16 August 1955. Written on the back of a letter from Charles R. Bilby to Wallath re: Christmas wishes. Dated 4 December 1954.

14 Memo to Wallath from A. Bramwell Cook (The Salvation Army) re: sales of "A Highwayman with a Mission." Dated 30 August 1955.

15 Receipt for a donation to Bingham House for the amount of 500- received from an ananymous donor. Dated 13 January 1954.

16 Memo?

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