|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||France: Haute-Normandie, Seine Maritime, Rouen|
|Date made||23 September 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Outdoor group portrait of the Commanding Officer and sergeants of the 1st Australian General ...
Outdoor group portrait of the Commanding Officer and sergeants of the 1st Australian General Hospital. Identified from left to right, back row: 656 Sergeant (Sgt) Frederick John King from Frewville, South Australia; 44 Sgt George William Carseldine from Brisbane, Queensland; 69 Sgt Vernon George Terry from Hawthorn, Victoria; 90 Staff Sergeant (SSgt) William Prendergast Passmore from Stanthorpe, Queensland; 1004 SSgt Donald James Cameron from George Town, Tasmania; 328 Sgt Thomas McGregor MM from Brisbane; 16593 SSgt David Shepherd North from Beecroft, NSW; 1555 Sgt William Stewart from Woodford, Queensland; and 197 Sgt Reginald Etherbert Ruddell from Hawthorn, Victoria. Middle row: 10699 SSgt Thomas Southren Mirfin from Toowong, Queensland; 138 SSgt Thomas John McNamara from Armadale, Victoria; 16 Sgt Thomas Lamb from Yarram North, Victoria; 7982 SSgt Sidney Lawson Bath from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia; 1165 Sgt Harold Roy Raphael from Unley, South Australia; 42 Sgt Edgar Lewin Norris from Woolowin, Queensland; 56 Sgt Harold James Shepherd from Coorparoo, Queensland; 52A Sgt Roy Alfred Nutting from Caulfield, Victoria; and 3984 Sgt John Joseph Moran from Broken Hill, NSW. Front row: 1732 SSgt Arthur Leaming Miscamble from Drummoyne, NSW; 1629 SSgt Osmond Sydney Baker from Brisbane; 166 SSgt Joseph Henry Jacobs from St Kilda, Victoria; 783 Warrant Officer Francis Ernest Middleton from Sydney; Colonel James Adam Dick CMG from Randwick, NSW, Commanding Officer; Major Edgar Selwyn Harrison from Sydney; 14 Quartermaster Sergeant Darrell Summerville from Ipswich, Queensland; 4 SSgt Leslie Clarence Hall from Ballarat, Victoria; and 21 Sgt Stanley Charles Grahame from Melbourne.