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1. DANIEL TULL’S JOURNAL

Handwritten journal

1887 – Short description of his life in Barbados

1895 and 1897 Last wishes of Alice and Daniel Tull

 

2. PHOTOGRAPH OF ANNA F. TULL in BARBADOS

Probably taken around 1877-78

 

3. LETTER FROM ANNA F. TULL

Sent from Barbados to her son Daniel in Kent, 1878

 

4. LETTER FROM MRS PALMER (Alice’s Mother)

Daniel is welcomed into the Palmer family, 1880

 

5. LETTER FROM ANNA F. TULL, WILLIAM TULL & BROTHER OF DANIEL

Sent from Barbados to Daniel and family living in Kent, 1883

 

6. CISSIE TULL’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE – 1884

 

7. STUDIO PHOTO OF ALICE PALMER – No date

 

8. FUNERAL CARD FOR ALICE ELIZABETH TULL – 1895

(Formerly Alice Palmer)

 

9. PHOTOGRAPH OF DANIEL TULL WITH CHILDREN

L to R: Cissie, William, Walter, Edward, Elsie

 

10. PHOTOGRAPH OF CHILDREN’S HOME FOOTBALL TEAM

Walter 2nd left, front row

 

11. EDWARD’S ACCOUNT OF LIFE IN THE CHILDREN’S HOME

Exercise Book (fragile)

 

12. NEWSPAPER REPORT – FOOTBALL STAR 20.3.1909

‘Catch of the Season’

 

13. CLAPTON TEAM PHOTO

Postcard from Walter Tull to Edward Tull-Warnock

 

14. CHARITY WINNER’S MEDAL

1909, Tottenham Hotspur

 

15. NEWSPAPER REPORT – THE DAILY GRAPHIC 13.9.1909

Pictures of game between Spurs and Man. Utd. with Walter Tull

 

16. NEWSPAPER REPORT

A day of cup ties – ‘Tull enjoys himself’ (Spurs game)

 

17. NEWSPAPER REPORT – FOOTBALL STAR 1909

‘Hotspur at Bristol: football and colour prejudice’

 

18. COPY OF PHOTO OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOOTBALL TEAM

1909-10 (Walter, front row)

 

19. SMALL PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUNG WALTER

Head and shoulders, taken in Glasgow, undated

 

20. PHOTOGRAPH OF SPURS TEAM 1910-11

Postcard from Walter Tull to Edward Tull Warnock

 

21. WALTER IN SPURS STRIP

Signed postcard from Walter Tull to R. Adamson, Glasgow

 

22. STUDIO PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUNG WALTER

Copy of framed photograph

 

23. CISSIE’S AUTOGRAPH BOOK

Walter’s autograph and drawing

 

24. NEWSPAPER REPORT – DAILY CHRONICLE, DECEMBER 1914

‘Walter Tull leads the way’

 

25. REGIMENTAL CHRISTMAS CARD 1915

From Sergeant W. Tull

 

26. PHOTOGRAPH OF WALTER TULL WITH FELLOW OFFICERS

In front of hut marked 23, taken by J.P.Couper, Glasgow

 

27. STUDIO PHOTOGRAPH OF WALTER TULL (OFFICER)

Head and shoulders, taken Folkestone, Kent

 

28. STUDIO PHOTOGRAPH OF WALTER TULL

Seated, without cap (framed photograph)

 

29. PHOTOGRAPH OF WALTER TULL

Seated with fellow officers (formal), postcard size

 

30. LETTER FROM WALTER TULL FROM THE FRONT, 10. 8. 1917

Three sheets (5 pages) with envelope

 

31. 1 MARK NOTE

Sent from the Front by Walter Tull

 

32. AMMUNITION BOX TOP

For a Spandau machine gun, sent from Walter Tull to Edward Tull Warnock

 

33. FAMILY PHOTO TAKEN AT GARELOCHEAD

Walter on leave, in uniform; Cissie and Jean Warnock seated and Edward standing

 

34. PHOTO OF WALTER ON LEAVE

With Jean Warnock at Garelochead

 

35. PHOTO OF WALTER AND EDWARD

On leave at Garelochead

 

36. PHOTO OF WALTER IN UNIFORM

Alone, with cap and cane

 

37. CITATION FROM THE ITALIAN FRONT, 1-2ND JANUARY 1918

To 2nd Lieutenant W.D. Tull from Sidney Lawford, Major General Commanding 41st Division

 

38. ORIGINAL TELEGRAM OF CONDOLENCE

And envelope addressed to Edward Tull Warnock

 

39. LETTER FROM NORTHAMPTON TOWN

Answer to letter from Edward and condolences

 

40. LETTER OF CONDOLENCE

From 2nd Lieutenant Pickard, 17th April 1918

 

41. LETTER OF CONDOLENCE

From Major G. Poole, 12th April 1918, 23rd Middlesex Regiment

 

42. LETTER FROM MAJOR S.G. POOLE

Further details of Walter’s death

 

43. NEXT OF KIN SCROLL FOR WALTER TULL

 

44. NEXT OF KIN PLAQUE FOR WALTER TULL

 

45. COPY OF NEWSPAPER REPORT

From The Northampton Independent, ‘How Walter Tull died’

 

46. NEWSPAPER REPORT

‘Famous footballer killed – Lieutenant Walter Tull….’

 

47. PHOTO OF WAR MEMORIAL PLAQUE

In Claremont Street Methodist Church, Glasgow, Walter D. Tull remembered

 

48. NEWSPAPER REPORT, GLASGOW EVENING TIMES, MONDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 1940

‘First coloured officer in the British Army’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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