MAJOR C. G. BLACKADER, D.S.O. [no ref. or date]
Application for the post of chief constable [of the Borough of Leicester] with extracts of his service record and testimonials. DE5891/1 1907
[Printed, with pencil amendments].
"Testimonials of Major C. G. Blackader, D.S.O.", in support of his application for a borough chief constableship. DE5891/2 
[Printed. The testimonials give details of his service in South Africa, 1899-1902 and with the West African Frontier Force, 1897].
Draft letter in support of Major Blackader's application, scribbled in ink on the 'reverse' of an envelope addressed to H. Simpson, Rowton Buildings, Bowling Green Street, Leicester. DE5891/3/1-3 
With two notes from Blackader to Simpson thanking him for his support.
1ST VOLUNTEER BATTALION [no ref. or date]
Printed 'orders' of 'Q', or Captain H. L. Goddard's Company; listing arrangements and prizes for musketry practice, uniform orders, care of uniforms, arms etc. and correct conduct on or off duty. DE5891/4/1-2 1901
Printed 'Rules of the 1st Volunteer Battn. The Leicestershire Regiment'. DE5891/5/1-2 1903
[Two copies, one with pencilled amendments].
Sergeants' Mess Rules, printed booklet. DE5891/6 1904
'G' Company roll book. DE5891/7 1905
[Captain H. Simpson's company; see DE5891/3].
Notebook, with names and addresses by squad, in alphabetical order, with date of enrolment [?] and regimental number.
'G' Company roll book, using a printed 'Volunteer Company Roll Book' DE5891/8 1907
With number, rank, name, date of enrolment, section, address, whether training camp was attended, and whether 'trained', recruit or 'boy'.
Battalion Orders of the Day, Conway Camp; with arrangements for the breaking-up of the camp and dispersal, home. DE5891/9/1-2 10 Aug. 1906
ASSOCIATED MILITARY MANUALS ETC. [no ref. or date]
Volunteer Regulations (HMSO) DE5891/10 1901
Combined Training (Provisional) (HMSO) DE5891/11 1902
Infantry Training (HMSO) DE5891/12 1905
see DE5891/7 etc.
With the office stamp of 'Herbert Simpson, Solicitor, 11, Bowling Green St., Leicester'
Auxiliary Officer's Handbook - Errata DE5891/13 1905
PHOTOGRAPHS - INC. PHOTOCOPIES & FILM [no ref. or date]
Machine Gun Corps, No.2 Section, No.16 Company, at Worrnhout, Belgium [?] DE5891/17 1916
[Copy or original photograph]
1st Bn. Leicestershire Regiment, drums, at Kasauli, India. DE5891/18 1932
1st Bn. Leicestershire Regiment, 'A' Company cricket team [Named] DE5891/19 1937
8th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment, No.1 Platoon, at Hinckley. Group photograph. DE5891/20 1940
1st Bn. Leicestershire Regiment [ex 8th Bn.] drums, at Sheringham, Norfolk. DE5891/21 May 1942
2/5th Bn., Leicestershire Regiment, officers' group. At Dymchurch, Kent. DE5891/22 1942
2nd Bn., Leicestershire Regiment on active service in Burma: Chindwin Crossing, mule trains, air evacuation of wounded etc. DE5891/23 n.d. [?1944]
[Colour photocopies of snapshots taken by Captain Ralph Leyland. With covering letter from donor.]
2/5th Bn., Leicestershire Regiment, group photographs of officers (named) at Taranto, Basilicata, Italy. DE5891/24/1-3 1945
2nd Bn., Leicestershire Regiment, group photograph taken at Pashan Camp, Poona, India. [newspaper cutting]. DE5891/25 1945/6
Leicester Cathedral, memorial window to those of the regiment died during the Second World War [Black & white: 5½ x 9½ inches] and lectern with regimental badge [Black & white: 6 x 8 ins.] DE5891/26/1-2 n.d. [c.1950]
Colour photocopies of sketches made by C.P.R. Challen in the battalion command post: of the adjutant (John Parsons) assistant signals officer (Colin Paterson) battery commander's wireless operator (Gunner Cook) and control set operator (private Snibley). DE5891/27/1-4 Spring 1952
Royal Tigers' Association, London Branch, group photograph of the General Committee and Committee [named]. [Black & white, 6 x 8 ins.] DE5891/28 1957
Colonel P.E.B. Badger DE5891/29 n.d. [c.1960]
[Black & white portrait - press photograph?: 6 x 8 ins.].
Snapshot of Lance-corporal Farley, corporal Tebbutt, private Elliott and Lance-corporal Rourke, in 'eighteenth century' uniform, relaxing during the filming of Tom Jones. DE5891/30/1 n.d. [c.1965]
Snapshots of war graves and memorials DE5891/30/2-4 c.1995; c.1995; n.d
1. The British Battalion, 1941-1945 (Singapore Cathedral)
2. Pte. L.A.L. Thomas, Leics. Regt., 1945 (Kranji)
3. Lt. F.B. Millington, Royal Leics. Regt., 1951
Standard 8mm cine-film: "H.U. Barbados Regiment", [colour]. DE5891/31 n.d. [c.1960]
OLD CONTEMPTIBLES [no ref. or date]
Invitation card to the Old Contemptibles Leicester Branch Open Night, at the Red Cow Hotel, Belgrave Gate, Leicester. DE5891/33 1931
'The Old Contemptible' magazines (file). DE5891/34 1967 - 1972
Silver Jubilee Grand Reunion programme. DE5891/35 1950
Grand Reunion programme. DE5891/36 1964
Golden Jubilee Remembrance & Thanksgiving Service (Aldershot Branch programme). DE5891/37 1964
Aldershot Branch Memorial Dedication Service programme. DE5891/38 1967
MISCELLANEOUS [no ref. or date]
F.R. Wingate Memorandum on...the Murder of Mr. Colin Scott Moncrieff and Yuzbashi Captain Mohammed Eff.,...and an account of the Rebellion of Adbel Kader Mohammed....Blue Nile Province. DE5891/40 1908
[Including the circumstances of the death of Captain H.S. Logan, Leics. Regt.] [Photocopy]
Typescript account of the 1/5th Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment in Norway 1940. DE5891/41/1-2 n.d
The account is by Platoon Sergeant Major John Sheppard and contains a detailed description, with sketch plan, of the action near Tretton on 23 April 1940, during which Sheppard, with a Boyes anti-tank rifle, destroyed two German tanks (the first destroyed by the British Army in the war).
Names of officers of the 4th & 5th Bns., Leicestershire Regiment at High Tor [Territorials training camp] 1909; from the reverse of a framed [?] photograph. DE5891/42 c.1909
List of burials at the First World War Memorial, Welford Road Cemetery. With location map. DE5891/43 2000