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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/accessionDate 30 Sep 2002
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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/creditLine Gift of the family of the late Jessie Pearson (née Osborne), niece of the late Leonard James Shaw
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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note souvenir postcard of Tower Bridge, sent by Corpl. Leonard James Shaw (7/1323, 2nd Battalion, Auckland Infantry Regiment) to his niece Jessie Osborne of Opuatia near Mercer. "My Dear Jessie, I always think the tower Bridge one of the most wonderful sights of London. It is the lowest of the many hundreds of bridges over the Thames, and is so constructed that it lifts up to allow ships to pass through. London bridge is less than half a mile above the Tower bridge, and from there up the river there are bridges every two or three hundred yards. None of the other bridges lift up like this one does though, so that only small ships can pass under them. I had a letter from you last Friday when I came back from my holidays. It is very good of you to write so often. Love from Uncle Len" GENERAL NOTES: While serving overseas during WW1 Len Shaw (2nd Lieutenant Leonard James Shaw, 7/1323, 2nd Battalion, Auckland Infantry Regiment) of Opuatia near Mercer, corresponded with his niece Jessie Osborne (then aged 12-14 years). Among the letters she received is a letter enclosing a pressed poppy he had picked in the front-line trenches. Len Shaw was killed in action France on 29.9.1918. His brother Leslie Shaw wrote home describing the circumstances of his brother's death.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description souvenir postcard of Tower Bridge, sent by Corpl. Leonard James Shaw (7/1323, 2nd Battalion, Auckland Infantry Regiment) to his niece Jessie Osborne of Opuatia near Mercer. brief postcard with printed b/w photo illust. of Tower Bridge; publishers name printed verso; message from Cpl. LJ Shaw to niece Jessie, handwritten verso in 'carbon' pencil
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