Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

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Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

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PXA 403

Record identifier

npA2lB51

Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

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Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

Full title

Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

Date

1914-1915

Call Numbers

PXA 403

Record Identifier

npA2lB51
Physical Description

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Photographs - 8.5 x 8 cm.-8 x 14 cm. - 65 silver gelatin photoprints

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Out of copyright : Created before 1955

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales<br>

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. France - group taken at St Brevin ... with head downcast is Col. Horne of Melbourne
2. Dr. Thring operating on a case at Wimereux (Australian Voluntary Hospital, A.V.H.) during the first battle of Ypres, 1914
3-6. Wimereux A.V.H. 1914 - group portraits including - Sir George Makins, Col. Bonighard, Col. Eames, Sir Alexander MacCormick, D....

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Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos

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NOTES

General note

A bibliography of servicemen's and women's diaries of World War I is held in the Mitchell Library Original Materials Reading Room at PXn 878
State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I pictorial material

Digital order no:Album ID : 888093

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Life Interrupted: Personal Diaries from World War I

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PXA 403

Record Identifier

npA2lB51

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69814

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