Alternative Name(s): Registration Card

Identity card, made in 1942 and used by Amy Doreen Lavey. She lived at 41 Kenmare Street, Box Hill North, then a semi-rural suburb, and was described as 'Housewife'.

The card is for civilian registration ('British subjects'). The card explains 'You may need it under national emergency conditions for important purposes....You must carry this identity card with you whenever away from your home. The card must be shown, at any time on demand, to any person authorized by law to see it.'

Physical Description

Brown paper card, printed on both sides, with hand-written personal details and three official stamps.

More Information