|Object type||Black & white - Glass transparency (positive)|
|Place made||India: Bombay|
|Date made||c 1917|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Collection of Ethel Butler
Group portrait of thirty eight Australian Nurses outside the Alexandra War Hospital, quarantined in one of the wards for cholera, measles and mumps, the latter contracted on the journey from Colombo to Bombay. Shown, back row (standing against wall), left to right: Gillies, Vic (1); McIlwraith, Qld (2); Saunders, Vic (3); Ramsay, Qld (4); E. McPhail (5); unidentified (6); unidentified (7); McGoch, Vic (8); unidentified (9); unidentified (10); unidentified (11); unidentified (12); Overell, Qld (13); Halpin, Qld (14); Bailey, Qld (15); unidentified (16); McGeoch, Vic (17); Harris, Qld (18); Phillips, Vic (19); Harrod, Qld (20); Russell, Qld (21); Fisher, Qld (22); Munroe, Vic (23); Duncan, Vic (24); Young, SA (25); Farrow, SA (26); Warner, Qld (27); Ekers, SA (28); Wiltshire, Qld (29); Lancton, Vic (30); Somerville, Qld (31); Frost, Qld (32); unidentified (33); unidentified (34); unidentified (35); Durack, Qld (36); Hockings, Qld (37); Hazard, Qld (38); English orderly, Royal Army Medical Corps (39); English orderly, Royal Army Medical Corps (40).
See A01181K for position of those named in this caption.