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Wedding Invitation
GB 1534 DD/5/13 · Item · 1959
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a wedding invitation from 1959. It is for the wedding of Jill Pearson and David Covell.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
The Monteith Row Dinner Card
GB 1534 DD/5/15 · Item · 1938
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a card for the 47th Anniversary Monteith Row Dinner from January 18, 1938. Dorothy Dick's father, James Dick is listed on the front as a Chairman.

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- ?
Second Prize Card
GB 1534 DD/5/04 · Item · c1920s
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a second place card for Spratt's Patent Ltd. and Jeyes Sanitary Compounds Co. On the back "The Mongrel's Thank You" is stamped on several times.

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

This collection is made up of photo albums, framed photographs, and loose photographs. They include family photos going back into the 1800s, as well as Dorothy Dick's own photos.

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

This is a series of photo albums put together by Dorothy Dick. Some of the albums appear to be home made, and others are store bought. The photos range in date from the late 1800s to the mid-1900s. Most have information on dates, locations, and names written in beneath the pictures.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?
Photo Album
GB 1534 DD/1/1/01 · Item · late 1800s
Part of Dorothy Dick Collection

This is a photo album from the late 1800s. The subjects of the photos are most likely all family members of Dorothy Dick. There is writing under some of the photos with locations, and names, as well as signatures.

Dick, Dorothy, 1905- ?