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Arthur Gladdish Trevenen James (1915-2004)

Wing-Commander A.G. Trevenen James, known as Trev to his family, and as Jimmy to his friends, was my mother's second brother.

John Barnard
31 Aug 2019

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AGTJ-1 A.G.T. James, Some Future Spring. Typescript book (various copies) with manuscript amendments and insertions.  Original copies held by various family members
AGTJ-1-1
Summary comparison of different versions prepared by John Barnard, Aug 2019
AGTJ-1-2
Copy A - omits chapters B17 and C11-C14 and has short Epilogue
Held by Astrid Garran
AGTJ-1-3
Copy B - omits Prologue and chapters C11-C14 and has separate Epilogue
Held by John Barnard
AGTJ-1-4
Copy C - later version; has expanded Prologue, omits chapter A1, has chapters A2-A11 retyped and renumbered C1-C10, omits chapters A12-A18 and has additional chapters C11-C14 and expanded Epilogue
Held by Julien Garran
AGTJ-1-5
Copy D (contains no material not in either or both Copy A and Copy B)
Held by Astrid Garran
AGTJ-1-6
Copy E
Held by Brian Harrisson
AGTJ-2 A.G.T. James, Towards the Stars. A Career in the Royal Air Force. Typescript memoirs marked "Master Copy" (bound typescript 255pp) Original copy held by John Barnard
AGTJ-3Order of service for funeral of Trev's wife Nini, held at Salisbury Crematorium 3 Jul 2017, and text of eulogy given at the serviceOriginal copy held by John Barnard
AGTJ-4A. G. Trevenen James, The Royal Air Force: The Past 30 Years. London, Macdonald and Jane's, 1976. With inscription to the author's sister Pascha and brother-in-law Mordo Barnard, Christmas 1976Original copy held by John Barnard