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Photo Album
GB 1534 DD/1/1/15 · Item · 1943 - 1950
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This photo album includes photos of Dorothy Dick and other ambulance drivers during World War II, as well as photos of Dorothy's friends and dogs.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
Dorothy Dick Collection
GB 1534 DD · Fonds · 1814 - 1976

This collection contains records of Dorothy Dick's life, including scrapbooks, photographs, training manuals, family research, and memorabilia.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
GB 1534 DD/3/3 · Item · 1944-03-16
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a memorandum from Colonel James A Crothers to all military personnel and civilian employees in the XXVI district. The memorandum is an announcement that the Colonel was transferring to a different district. He also thanks everyone for their hard work and expresses his sadness that he was leaving.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
GB 1534 DD/1/2 · Series · 1800s - 1900s
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This series consists of photographs and postcards from Dorothy Dick's life. These are photographs of her holidays, friends, family, and dogs, as well as her time in school and as an ambulance driver.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
Ambulance Drivers Letter
GB 1534 DD/3/2 · Item · 1939
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a letter from the Glasgow Transport Department informing Dorothy Dick that she had passed her driving test, and was added to the list of ambulance drivers. The letter is on letterhead from the Transport Department.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
Ambulance Questionnaire
GB 1534 DD/3/7 · Item · c1941
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This book was intended to help students pass their examinations. It consists of sample questions and answers to study. Published in 1941 by the St. Andrew's Ambulance Association.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
GB 1534 DD/3/1 · Item · 1943
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This voucher is a certificate that proved that Dorothy Dick passed her second examination in nursing. Usually, she would have received a bronze medallion, but because of limited supplies, she received a certificate that could be exchanged for a medallion "after cessation of hostilities."

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?