Lyrics for a song possibly created for the W.W.S.A. To march to.
Document signed by A. E. Mansford, Mayor outlining the process to be followed on receipt of news from Overseas that the War against Germany has ended.
Article in the NZ Truth on March 1, 1944, page 17. Outlines the fine reocrd of the Palmerston North W.W.S.A. Has a photograph of Miss C. Warburton, Mrs J.H.Whyte and Miss M. Christensen.
Dated 11/7/1941. Letter to the Editor from W. B. Tennant answering criticism about him doing nothing further aobut the E.P.S. (Emergency Precautions Scheme) since the recent elections.
A number of the 30 girls chosen to go to the Middle East to help in the New Zealand Forces' Club and similar institutions are from Wellington, the Wairarapa, The Manawatu and Hawke's Bay. Named from Palmerston North are Miss M. Cooksley and Miss M. Gulliver.
Newspaper Article: Duties Outlined: Work of girls chosen to serve in the Middle East - How they were chosen
Mrs H. Jowett and Miss Amy Kane, members of the Women's War Service Auxiliary committee made public the circumstances under which 30 young women were chosen for service with the New Zealand forces in the Middle East.
Statement by the chairman of the Emergency Precautions Scheme in Palmerston North, Mr. B. Tennant at the Opera House.
Talks given by Miss C. Warburton and Mrs J. Walker at the Palmerston North branch of the League of Mothers.
Meeting of representatives from local bodies from Otaki to Rangitikei River and north as far as Oroua and Pohangina counties to be held in the near future.
Meeting of women called by A. E. Mansford to organise the work of the local emergency committee.
Newspaper article of the first meeting of the Palmerston North District Committee of the Women's War Service Auxiliary.
District committee of the Women's War Service Auxiliary special meeting. Not dated.
Weekly menu prepared by the Home Science Extension Service, Otago University
Information about the sending of gift parcels to the United Kingdom and Europe
Women's Organisations' Executive chart
Invitation to a cinema evening put on by the Sunny Corner Social Club where Mr. Bert Pizzey will present a series of colour films of his tour of the East.
Flag bridge instructions (undated) from Charlotte Warburton.
Concert to be held 7 April 1943. Performers include the W.W.S.A. Chorus, the Chapman Brothers, Miss Penketh and others.
Concert to be held at the Opera House, Palmerston North on Sunday 29th March 1942, at 8.15pm.
Concert to be held at the Y.M.C.A. Hut, Military Camp, Palmerston North on Thursday November 13th. 1941. at 8pm.
Invitation from the First Battalion, the Wellington-West Coast Regiment, dated 8 August 1942, inviting Miss Warburton to the Regimental Ball on Wednesday 12 August 1942 at the A.N.A. Hall.
Invitation to Miss C.E.Warburton to take part in the Battle of Britain Commemoration Service 16 September, 1956
Battle of Britain Commemoration Committee invitation to Miss C. E. Warburton to the Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Cenotaph, followed by the Special Commemorative Service at All Saints' Church, Palmerston North on 16 September 1956.
Invitation from the 2nd Infantry Brigade inviting Miss Warburton and party to a Military Ball on Friday 28 August 1942 at the A.N.A. Hall, Palmerston North.
Letter dated 22 April 1948 advising that Miss Warburton was being forwarded a sterling silver propelling pencil under seperate cover.
Letter dated 4 July 1945 asking Miss Warburton to accept appreciation on behalf of the WWSA and other organisations for assistance given to the local Campaign for the War Loan.
Letter dated 28 June 1945 from the Chairman of the NZ National Savings Committee quoting a letter from W. L. Ward, Governor of the Reserve Bank and Chairman of the National War Loan Council.
Invitation to Miss Warburton to attend the meeting being held on 16 August regarding the Victory Loan Campaign in the City.
Letter dated 2 August 1944 regarding the Victory Loan, to Miss Warburton as Chairman of the War Loan Committee, to attend the Manawatu District Conference on 7 August 1944.
Victory Loan. Selling Section: General Committee and Sub-committees notes.
Letter dated 14 July 1943 thanking the WWSA for its efforts to help the organization bring the appeal to such a successful conclusion.