Letters from Juliet Elizabeth Sladden (1897-1984), youngest child of Julius and Eugénie Sladden
Juliet Elizabeth Sladden (1897-1984), variously known as Juliet, Judy or Betty, was the tenth and youngest child of Julius and Eugénie Sladden. She was born at Seward House, Badsey, on 20th November 1897. Whilst she spent most of her working career in London, she returned to Badsey to live on retirement. The Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service at The Hive in Worcester contains 73 of her letters written between 1901 and 1957; the Imperial War Museum contains two of her letters.
There are 21 letters from the pre World War I period; these have not been transcribed but may be viewed at Worcester. The letters from September 1913 are written from The Grove School, Highgate, when Juliet enrolled as a pupil.
There are 38 letters from the WW1 period, mainly written from The Grove School, all of which have been transcribed.
There are also 16 letters written after the First World War; these have not been transcribed but may be viewed at Worcester.