Mr Julius Auerbach (1860-1924), Merchant, And Wife Mrs Helena Auerbach (1871-1955), Suffragist, Of Reigate And Mr Albert Arthur Auerbach (1894-1918), First World War Royal Fusiliers Private, Of Ealing: Research Papers And Photographs
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- SHC Ref No: Z/709
- Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
- Date: 1902-2013
- Format: Archives
- Description: Copies of photographs and genealogical research papers of Patricia Aubrey relating to the Auerbach family of Reigate and Ealing. Includes photographs of Albert Arthur Auerbach taken during First World War training at Woodcote Park, Epsom, and on leave at Cheam, 1914-1917.
- Extent: 1 folder
- Level: Collection
- Related Material: See 3266/1-3 for a scrapbook of the Reigate, Redhill and District Society for Women's Suffrage compiled by Helena Auerbach, 1908-1913. See also 3410/4/1 for an album presented to Mrs Helena Auerbach by the Surrey County Federation of Women's Institutes as an appreciation of her term of office as Surrey County President, 1919-1929.
- Access Status: Open. There are no access restrictions.
- Provenance: Deposited by Patricia Aubrey of Acton in February 2019.
- Bibliography: ?One Family?s War ? the Patricia Aubrey Collection? blog by The Mary Evans Picture Library, 3 April 2017. Accessed via https://blog.maryevans.com/2017/04/one-familys-war-the-patricia-aubrey-collection.html
1939 Register, accessed via www.findmypast.co.uk
1861-1911 census collection, accessed via www.findmypast.co.uk
Sale Particulars for Hethersett, Wray Lane and Gatton Road, Reigate, 1950, SHC ref SP/4041
'Marriage of Miss Nellie Joshua and Mr. Auerbach', 'East Anglian Daily Times', 19 June 1891, accessed via The British Newspaper Archive
'New Centre for the Blind', 'Birmingham Daily Post', 10 Aug 1955, accessed via The British Newspaper Archive
- For more information contact: Surrey History Centre Collections Catalogue
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