First name: Ellis
Middle name: Ashmead
Last name: Bartlett
Journalist. E.A. Bartlett was a special war correspondent in Japan (1904), Morocco (1907), and Tripoli (1911). He was selected by the National Press Association (NPA) to represent the London press in the Dardanelles, Gallipoli Campaign, 1915.
Original diary of Ashmead Bartlett, kept on the Gallipoli campaign during the Great War. Diary has brief entries outlining activities after leaving London for France and Italy, departure for Malta then Mudros, leave in Paris June 1915 and embarking from Liverpool for America, 23 Dec. 1915; Notebook - Note in front : Original diary of Ashmead Bartlett, kept on the Gallipoli campaign during the Great war. Contains rough notes on Anzac and addresses; 2nd diary - includes texts of newspaper articles, carbon copy of 8 September 1915 letter to Herbert Asquith, Prime Minister of Great Britain, two memoranda to the Cabinet, 1915, papers and correspondence about the then Public Library of New South Wales' acquisition of Ashmead-Bartlett's papers;
Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett articles on the Gallipoli campaign; Telegrams written by Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett from the Dardennelles, including text of a newspaper article and telegram from the Dardennelles by Lieutenant Compton Mackenzie, 1915