|Place||Europe: France, Paris|
|Object type||Black & white - Glass copy negative|
|Place made||France: Paris, France: Paris|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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The Australian Plenipotentiaries, the Right Honourable William Morris (Billy) Hughes and Sir ...
The Australian Plenipotentiaries, the Right Honourable William Morris (Billy) Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook and staff at the Peace Conference in Paris 1919. Identified left to right; Lieutenant Frederick William Eggleston (assistant to Sir Robert Garran), Lieutenant Commander John Greig Latham (Naval Staff Officer), Miss Eleanor Maida Carter (typist), the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Cook (Minister for the Navy, Australia), Mr Roy Mungovan (private secretary to Sir Joseph Cook), 'Billy' Hughes (Prime Minister of Australia), Captain Henry Somer Gullett (press liaison officer and later first Director of the Australian War Museum), Mr W. E. Corrigan (messenger), Sir Robert Randolf Garran (Solicitor General Australia), Miss Wood (typist) and Lieutenant Percival Edgar Deane (private secretary to Mr Hughes).