|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Date made||5 July 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Henley, England. 5 July 1919. The finish of the race for the King's Cup, the principal event of ...
Henley, England. 5 July 1919. The finish of the race for the King's Cup, the principal event of the Royal Henley Peace Regatta, held on the River Thames, in which the AIF eight defeated Oxford University by a length. AIF first eight rowing crew, left to right: Sergeant (Sgt) A. R. Robb, bow; Lieutenant (Lt) F. A. House, No. 2; Lt T. McGill, No. 3; Gunner (Gnr) A. V. Scott, No. 4; Lt H. Hauenstein MM, No. 5; Major (Maj) S. A. Middleton DSO, No. 6; Gnr G. W. Mettam, No. 7; Captain (Capt) H. C. Disher, stroke; Sgt A. E. Smedley, cox. Oxford University Crew: Lt S. A. Rissik, bow; Lt N. H. MacNeil MC, No. 2; Private (Pte) S. Earl, No. 3; Lt R. S. E. Lucas, No. 4; Pte A. T. M. Durand, No. 5; Maj E. D. Hotsfall MC, No. 6; Lt W. E. C. James, No. 7; Lieutenant Colonel E. A. Berrisford MC, stroke; Capt J. F. Clapperton, cox.