|Object type||Black & white - Film original negative nitrate other|
Savage, Albert William
|Place made||Egypt: Alexandria, Egypt: Cairo, Abbassia, Greece: Aegean Islands, Lemnos|
|Date made||July 1916|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Group portrait of the medical officers of the 3rd Australian General Hospital (3AGH) grouped in a ...
Group portrait of the medical officers of the 3rd Australian General Hospital (3AGH) grouped in a courtyard at the hospital. This hospital was formerly at Lemnos, but after the evacuation of Gallipoli it was moved to Abbassia. Identified in the back row from left to right: Captain (Capt) Frederick Donald Herbert Blais Lawton from Melbourne, Victoria; Capt Walter Frederick Matthews from Warialda, NSW; Capt Charles Halliway Kellaway from Northcote, Victoria (later promoted to Major and awarded MC); Capt Quinto Ercole from Grenfell, NSW; Honorary Lieutenant Ronald Glen from Albert Park, Victoria; Capt Hector Roth MacLean from Williamstown, Victoria (later Major); Lieutenant (Lt) Jack Reginald Hill from Haberfield, NSW; Capt Gordon Bradley Lowe from Randwick, NSW (later a Major) and Capt Thomas Lynewolde Anderson from Fremantle, Western Australia (later a Major).
Second row from left to right: Lt Frank Marshall, Dentist from Sydney, NSW (later a Lieutenant Colonel); Major (Maj) Clarence Read from Chatswood, NSW; Capt Stewart;
Maj Herbert Jamieson Stewart from Albion, Queensland; Maj Morton; Maj Charles Edward Wassell from Brisbane, Queensland (later a Lieutenant Colonel and awarded DSO); Lt Henry Hazlett from Ashfield, NSW and Maj Edward Makeham (Chaplain) from Perth, Western Australia.
Front row from left to right: Maj John Lockhart Gibson from Brisbane; Lieutenant-Colonel (Lt Col) Charles James Martin from London, UK; Lt Col Richard Stawell from Melbourne;
Colonel Bernard James Newmarch (Officer Commanding) from Sydney; Lt Col Charles Crawford MacKnight from Warrnambool, Victoria; Maj William Trethowan from Perth and
Maj Kenneth Smith (Registrar).