|Unit||Women's Royal Australian Army Corps|
|Object type||Black & white|
|Physical description||Black & white|
Smith or Smither
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney, Mosman|
|Date made||2 April 1966|
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Mosman, Sydney. 2 April 1966. A pre-dinner chat for Women's Royal Australian Army Corps (WRAAC) ...
Mosman, Sydney. 2 April 1966. A pre-dinner chat for Women's Royal Australian Army Corps (WRAAC) officers, left to right: Major Lucy Crane of Eastern Command, Sydney; Colonel Dawn Jackson, Director of WRAAC; Honorary Colonel May Douglas, WRAAC Honorary Colonel, and Major Dulcie Verender, Chief Instructor of the WRAAC. They were among fifty officers at a dining out night at the WRAAC Officer School, Mosman, in honour of Colonel Douglas, who retires this week. During World War 2 Douglas served as SFX30364 Lieutenant Colonel M S Douglas, Controller of the Australian Army Women's Medical Service (AAMWS), Land Headquarters.Guests at the dinner represented all States of Australia.