|Place||Oceania: Australia, Victoria, Melbourne|
|Object type||Black & white - Film copy negative|
|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Melbourne|
|Date made||17 December 1914|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Soldiers of C Company, 13th Battalion, 'Diehards', march past the saluting base at the corner of ...
Soldiers of C Company, 13th Battalion, 'Diehards', march past the saluting base at the corner of Bourke and Spring Streets, watched by crowds lining the streets and leaning fromwindows of Spencers Old White Hart Hotel and adjacent buildings. The band of the 13th Battalion can be seen at the right. Identified are General Monash (far left); Major Ellis (front, right, back to camera); Captain William Alfred Forsythe ( leading the Company, left); Lieutenant Sinclair Hubert Hartnell (leading the Company, right); 236 Corporal William Charles Bowker (left in group of two in front of body of men); 306 Private (Pte) Algernon Perray (right in group of two in front of body of men); 1391 Pte John Thomas Henry Kelly (body of men, first row, third from left); and 268 Sergeant Jack Holman (body of men, left column, seventh from front).