Newspaper clippings of Herbert Vincent Reynolds, 1914-1996

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Accession Number AWM2018.19.16
Collection number PR04512
Collection type Digitised Collection
Record type File
Item count 38
Object type Newspaper cutting
Physical description 39 Image/s captured
Maker Various
Place made Australia: Victoria, Ballarat
Date made 1914-1996
Conflict Period 1930-1939
Period 1950-1959
Period 1960-1969
Period 1990-1999
First World War, 1914-1918
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Description

Newspaper clippings relating to the First World War service of 622 Private Herbert Vincent Reynolds, 1st Field Ambulance. The clippings were taken from various newspapers between 1917 to 1996. Many of the clippings relate to an appeal, partly started by Herbert while Mayor of Sebastopol, to have a permanent memorial created.

This file contains:

Newspaper clipping titled 'Called To The Colours - 70th Infantry leaving for Queenscliff' [The Ballarat Courier, 8 August 1914]
Newspaper clipping titled 'Australia Day, 1916'
Newspaper clipping of a photo titled 'General Birdwood unveils a Memorial erected on Pozieres Battlefield to the First Australian Division'. Written on it is 'Letter 21 August 1917'.
Newspaper clipping titled 'Australian Veterans'
Envelope titled 'Sebastopol Killed In Action'
Newspaper clipping with four portraits of Private Sully, Corporal E. R. M'Lure, Private Stan J, Thomas and Private J. W. Wearmouth.
Newspaper clipping of a portrait of Private F. P. L. Bawden.
Newspaper clipping titled 'The Roll Of Honour - Ballarat and District men' featuring a portrait of Sergeant Frank G. Stephens.
Newspaper clipping of a portrait of Private Wallis Hicks.
Newspaper clipping of a portrait of Signaller David Powell
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 1'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Aiding Memorial Appeal', 9 July 1937
Newspaper clipping calling for tenders for the "Supply and Erection of Granite Soldiers Memorial at Sebastopol", 24 July 1937
Newspaper clipping titled 'Borough Of Sebastopol'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 2'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 3'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 4'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 5'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 6'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 7'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 8'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal. List No 9'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal.'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol Cenotaph'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Sebastopol Soldiers' Memorial'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial Sebastopol's Appeal'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Sebastopol Soldiers' Memorial Fund'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers Memorial'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial', 12 October 1937
Newspaper clipping titled 'Sebastopol Soldiers' Memorial Fund'
Newspaper clipping titled 'Trustees For Memorial', 15 October 1937
Newspaper clipping titled 'Soldiers' Memorial At Sebastopol. Unveiling Ceremony'. 29 November 1937
Newspaper clipping of sympathy to Cr H. V. Reynolds in the death of his mother. [6 May 1953]
Front page of The Courier Ballarat featuring separate photos of the new Mayor, H.V. Reynolds and Mayoress of Sebastopol, 4 September 1953
Newspaper clipping from The Courier Ballarat titled 'Clock Presentation', 23 September 1961
Newspaper clipping from The Courier Ballarat titled 'Appeal to Restore Avenue of Honour', 20 September 1991
Newspaper clipping titled 'More Eligible for War Medal', [c. 1996]