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Archive of General Sir Archibald Hunter GCB GCVO DSO TD LLD
at the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum, Lancaster.

Aides de Camp to HM King

Notice relating to the Kings Aides de Camp General dated 30 Dec 1910
Accession Number: KO2686/050

Printed notice relating to The Kingís Military Aides-de-Camp dated Jun 1911
Accession Number: KO2686/051

Letter regarding Aides-de-camp and other Representatives of the King at Funerals, dated 3 May 1913 from Major General C F N Macready, Director of Personal Services.
Accession Number: KO2686/062

Letter to Hunter from the War Office dated 22 Jan 1917 regarding Hunterís appointment as Aides-De-Camp.
Accession Number: KO2686/065

Letter to Hunter from War Office, London, dated 24 Jan 1917 regarding the appointment of Hunter as ADC to the King - with additional instructions as printed in 1911 and accessioned with this group of items.
Accession Number: KO2686/066

Letter to Hunter from Clive Wigram at York Cottage, Sandringham dated 26 Jan 1917. Regarding Hunterís appointment as ADC to the King.
Accession Number: KO2686/067

Letter to Hunter circa Apr 1917 from the Lord Chamberlainís Office regarding a vacant stall in Henry VIIís Chapel in Westminster Abbey.
Accession Number: KO2686/068

Letter to Hunter dated 4 May 1917 from Lord Chamberlainís Office regarding a Stall in Henry VIIís Chapel in Westminster Abbey.
Accession Number: KO2686/069

Official telegram from War Office to Hunter concerning duty as ADC to the King dated 8 Apr 1920 - concerning memorial service for Australian and New Zealand Soldiers who fell at Gallipoli
Accession Number: KO2686/076 & 077

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