|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Date made||April 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Reference image only to provide position detail for those named. This image is not for sale. Park ...
Reference image only to provide position detail for those named. This image is not for sale. Park House, England. Australian Army Service and Veterinary Corps horse lines at No. 4 Parkhouse camp. Left to right: Lance Corporal Collins (1); Driver (Dvr) Walters, holding horse (2); Corporal (Cpl) Berrell (3); Dvr Ellis, with horse (4); Dvr Murphy, with pitchfork (5); Dvr Thompson, holding horse (6); Lieutenant Vines (7); Dvr Why, holding horse (8); Dvr Young, holding horse (9); unidentified, standing with stick (10); Dvr Burton, in front of open door (11); Dvr McCouat (12); Dvr Wilkins (13); Dvr Daly, no hat (14); Dvr Rose, in front of Daly, between two horses (15); Dvr Dixon, back wall (16); unidentified, hand on hip (17); Dvr Angus, no hat (18); Dvr Duclos, sideview (19); Dvr Stewart (20); Dvr Wilkins, wearing vest (21); Dvr Smith, behind, face only (22); unidentified, next to Wilkins (23); Dvr Burns, second from left, behind waggon (24); three unidentified (25, 26, 27); Cpl Stone, third from right (28); Dvr Earls, standing with third horse from right (29); Cpl Jones, right (30).