Location of original Titcomb reports 8 February 1918.

Location of original Titcomb reports 8 February 1918.

 

TITCOMB’S REPORT.

 

THERE ARE EIGHT COPIES OF THIS REPORT, disposed as follows:-

Date                         Date

sent                           Ack.

 

No 1. to H.A.T. London

“  2.   “  H.C. Hoover, Washington; & to Sec. of State

& U.S. Gov’t.                                                          28/12/17               24/1/18

“  3.   “  Major Harold Fowler, Signal Corps,

Aviation Section, U.S. Army, Paris                        18/1/18            verbally

same day.

“  4.   “  American Committee’s Copy London

“ Sir Wm. Weir 4 PM May 22/18                             25/5/18           at interview H.A.T. & F.W.L present

“ 5.    “ Lord Desborough. (returned)  To Col.                     17/1/18    Ack & returned.

Joseph C. Morrow,   U.S.A. 35, Eaton

Place London, Mch. 19/18, and handed by             19/3/18

him to Gen. Livingston,

Sec. Air Ministry, London.

“ 6.   “ The Iron & Steel Institute,

28 Victoria St, London.  G.C. Lloyd

Secretary.  About May 15, borrowed

by War Office Intelligence Dept.                            18/1/18

“ 7 .  “ Captain Warre & Major —–, of the

War Office Intelligence Department,

(M.I. 6.B.), Strand House, Kingsway London          12/2/18         (at their request)

“ 8.   “ Sent Mch 15/18 to Colonel Gordon                          15/3/18

(VC?), Bridge of Earn, Scotland.

(returned soon afterwards). Care

Ralph Peacock Esq. Returned; now

with H.A.T. at Warehead (?)

 

LANCHESTER’S MEMORANDA.

 

One Copy to F.W. Lanchester, 41, Bedford Square, W.C. London.

“         “  H.A. Titcomb, 27, Pembroke Gardens, Kensington London.

“         “  H.C. Hoover, Washington. Following Report No 2.             21/2/18

“         “  Major Harold Fowler, U.S. Army,                                         21/2/18

(American Aviation Headquarters)                                      Sent (to) the

(45. Ave. Montaign, Paris)                                                   Embassy

Following Report No. 3.                                                      London.

 

“         “  Colonel Joseph C. Morrow, U.S.A.                                       19/3/18

Aviation Officer, 35 Eaton Place

London (Mch 19, 1918) Personally

handed with Report No 5 same date by

Col Morrow, soon after to Gen. Livingston,

Sec British Air Ministry.

 

“         “  Sir William Weir, Chief of Air Ministry,                                22/3/18

Hotel Cecil, (together with copy No 4 of my main             at interview

Report)                                                                                 H.A.T. and

With Report No 4 same date.                                               F.W.L.

F.W. Lanchester Present.                                                     present.

 

“         “  A.E. Berriman, Mch 21/18                                                     21/3/18 (Registered signed)

 

Memo.

 

  1. full copy No. 4. American Engineer copy.

Loaned to Sir Wm. Weir, May 22nd with Lanchester.

 

signed Harold A. Titcomb.

 

Copy No. 5 went to Gen. Livingston (Sec Air Ministry)

 

 

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