|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||Belgium: Flanders, West-Vlaanderen, Heuvelland, Locre|
|Date made||21 February 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Outdoor group portrait of 27 members of the Band of the 7th Battalion. Identified from left to ...
Outdoor group portrait of 27 members of the Band of the 7th Battalion. Identified from left to right, back row: 5796 Private (Pte) Stanley Raymond Leech from Ballarat, Victoria; 3315 Pte Horace George Goodes from Geelong, Victoria; 7260 Pte Sydney Lawrence Lewis from Fitzroy, Victoria; 6489 Pte Robert Thomas Driver from Footscray, Victoria; 4819A Pte Reginald Gordon Keating from Kyneton, Victoria; 7027 Pte William George Lorimer from Princes Hill, Victoria; 6480 Pte Arthur Earl MacMillan Cook from Williamstown, Victoria; 6763 Pte Stanley Hammond from Leichhardt, NSW; and 457 Pte Gustav Cyril Wilton Williams from Adelaide, South Australia. Middle row: 3323 Pte Frank Archibald Moore from Swan Hill, Victoria; 6631 Pte Walter Victor Herd from Clifton Hill, Victoria; 7108 Pte Arthur James Williams from Richmond, Victoria; 1139 Lance Corporal (L Cpl) William Valentine Farley from Beechworth, Victoria; 2846 Pte Charles Ernest Knell from Clifton Hill; 6632 Pte Charles Arthur (Curly) Holmes from Cobram, Victoria; 5714 Pte Victor James Richard Maunder from Croxton, Victoria; 5810 Pte William Robert Kemeys from South Melbourne, Victoria; 6633 Pte Leslie Charles Joyce from Clifton Hill; and 6810 Pte Leslie Rupert Parsonage from St Peters, NSW. Front row: 5712 Pte Arthur Henry Ledwidge from Swan Hill; 5218 Pte Alfred Thomas Tregonning from Eaglehawk, Victoria; 767 Pte Robert Scott from Bendigo, Victoria; 705 Pte Ewald Pumpa from Mildura, Victoria; 524 L Cpl Ernest Clark from Bendigo; 4165 Pte David Collis from Alexandra, Victoria; 3176 Pte Ralph Edward Moore from Tallangata, Victoria and Pte Taylor who has not been further identified.