|Place||Oceania: Australia, New South Wales, Queanbeyan|
|Object type||Black & white - Film copy negative|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Queanbeyan|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Postcard entitled "Our Queanbeyan `Boys'", bearing individual portraits of the following First ...
Postcard entitled "Our Queanbeyan `Boys'", bearing individual portraits of the following First World War soldiers and nurse from the Queanbeyan, NSW district. Top row from left to right: 2130 Private (Pte) Harold David Bingley; 1626 Pte Charles Stanley Bingley (died of wounds in France 2 November 1916); 5378 Pte Clarence Edward Hincksman; 3556 Pte Clement Basil Hincksman (killed in action in France 22 July 1916); 68 Pte Percy Cyril Hincksman; 2446 Pte Frank Parker; and W N Parker. Second row: D Bates; 547 Warrant Officer Henry James McInnes (MID) and his brother 5420 Pte John Gilbert McInnes; K Combs; 5397 Pte Garnet William Keir; 5448 Pte John Reginald Rowley (died of wounds in France 2 September 1918); and 5448 Pte William Andrew Morton. Third row: 1557 Joseph William Conolly Shaw; 4238 Norman Cedric Swan; 1558 Henry Tully; Staff Nurse Robinson; 3221 Pte Ernest Athol Smith; 1382 Pte Herbert Cantle; and 10111 Pte John Kanaef. Fourth row: 4316 Driver William Claud Kelland; N Neal; 18710 Pte Arnold Arthur McIntosh; 1148 Pte Richard Alfred Meech (killed in action at Gallipoli 12 August 1915); 5376 Pte William Leslie Harris; 8786 Driver Joseph Patrick Cullen; and 3288 Gunner Frank. Conrick (killed in action in France 23 May 1917). Fifth row: 5366 Sergeant Alexander James Gifford; 3475 Pte Claude Leslie Bellchambers; 5406 Corporal Cuthbert Claude Lineham MM; 911 Pte Edward Morris; 331 Pte Charles Edward Lee; 1896 Driver Walter John Moore (killed in action in France 8 August 1918); and 3369 Pte Andrew William John James Ford (killed in action in France 30 July 1918). Sixth (bottom) row: 4524 Pte Malcolm McIntosh Southwell (killed in action in France 15 November 1916); 5352 Pte Harold John Coppin; 327 Pte Norman Charles Royal; M G Will; 1421 Pte John Claude McGrogan; 5392 Pte Granville Jordan; and 4688 Lance Sergeant Samuel Davey Chopping (died of wounds in Belgium 25 September 1917).