Group portrait of warrant officers and sergeants at No 1 Australian General Hospital at Sutton ...

Accession Number D00782
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative
Maker Unknown
Place made United Kingdom: England, Wiltshire, Sutton Veny
Date made c 30 November 1919
Conflict Period 1910-1919
First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain


Group portrait of warrant officers and sergeants at No 1 Australian General Hospital at Sutton Veny, United Kingdom. Identified in the back row from left to right are: 20519 Sergeant (Sgt) Sydney Lloyd Tregenza from Largs Bay, South Australia; 5772 Sgt Stanford Richard Boyes Trott from Rockhampton, Queensland; 22356 Sgt Bombardier Walter Thomas Cottman from Orbost, Victoria; 6038 Sgt William McIntosh from Darlinghurst, NSW; 42 Sgt William Jarrett from Balaclava, Victoria; 8534 Staff Sergeant (S Sgt) Arthur Edward Smith from Pinkemba Line, Queensland; and 17050 Sgt Andrew Simpson from Wollongong, NSW. In the middle row are: 9597 S Sgt Graham Dickinson Brown from East Perth, Western Australia; 5372 S Sgt George Blyth Mackenzie from West Brunswick, Victoria; 5381 Warrant Officer Class 1 (WO1) Norman James Johnston from Hobart, Tasmania; 166 WO1 Joseph Henry Jacobs from St Kilda, Victoria; 14728 S Sgt Harry Rawlinson from Maryborough, Queensland; and 102 Sgt Hubert John Catchpole from Brisbane, Queensland. Seated in the front are: 6814 Sgt Harold Richard Till from Brisbane; 18162 Sgt George Reginald Hinves from Albert Part, Victoria; and 12720 Sgt Charles Edward Green from Perth Western Australia. Note that Sgts McIntosh, Jarrett and Catchpole are wearing the 1914-1915 Star. This is one of a series of photographs taken by the Darge Photographic Company which had the concession to take photographs at the Broadmeadows and Seymour army camps during the First World War. In the 1930s, the Australian War Memorial purchased the original glass negatives from Algernon Darge, along with the photographers' notebooks. The notebooks contain brief details, usually a surname or unit name, for each negative.

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