|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Date made||5 July 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Henley, England. 5 July 1919. The Australian first eight rowing crew, after the race in which ...
Henley, England. 5 July 1919. The Australian first eight rowing crew, after the race in which they defeated Oxford University by a length, in the final for the King's Cup, at the Royal Henley Peace Regatta, held on the River Thames. Left to right: Sergeant (Sgt) A. R. Robb, bow; Lieutenant (Lt) F. A. House, No. 2; Lt T. McGill, No. 3; Gunner (Gnr) A. V. Scott, No. 4; Lt H. Hauenstein MM, No. 5; Major S. A. Middleton DSO, No. 6; Gnr G. W. Mettam, No. 7; Captain H. C. Disher, stroke; Sgt A. E. Smedley, cox.