Group portrait of the Headquarters Staff of the Australian Corps School. Identified standing in ...

Unit Formation Headquarters
Places
Accession Number E01644
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative
Maker Unknown Australian Official Photographer
Place made France: Picardie, Somme, Albert Bapaume Area, Aveluy
Date made 22 January 1918
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copyright

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain

Description

Group portrait of the Headquarters Staff of the Australian Corps School. Identified standing in the back row, from left to right: Captain (Capt) Roderick Archibald MacAlpine, 4th Battalion, from Sydney, NSW, Assistant Instructor, 1st Division Wing; Lieutenant (Lt) Arthur Bruce Durdin, MC, 27th Battalion, from Forrestville, South Australia, Chief Instructor, 2nd Division Wing; Lt Alfred Nelson Baldry, 53rd Battalion, from Wallendbeen, NSW, Assistant Instructor, 5th Division Wing; Lt James Newson McAnna, 43rd Battalion, from Adelaide, South Australia, Assistant Instructor, 3rd Division Wing; Lt George Vincent Abjornson, from Perth, Western Australia, Assistant Instructor, 5th Division Wing (Lt Abjornson died of illness in 1943 while serving with the Western Australian Lines of Communication Area); Lt Stephen Nowell McKenzie, 48th Battalion, from Perth, Assistant Instructor, 4th Division Wing; and Lt Alan Tregoning Paull, 26th Battalion, from Toowoomba, Queensland, Assistant Instructor, 2nd Division Wing. Identified sitting in the front row, from left to right: Capt Frederick Kricheldorff, 6th Battalion, from Thornbury, Victoria, Chief Instructor, 1st Division Wing; Lt Hopton Gutierrez Nolan, 2nd Field Company Engineers, from Armadale, Victoria, Engineer Instructor; Major (Maj) Felix Gordon Giles, DSO, 1st Battalion, from Dulwick, South Australia; Lieutenant Colonel Francis Bede Heritage, from Launceston, Tasmania, Commandant; Maj Arthur Roy Cox, 14th Battalion, from Box Hill, Victoria, Chief Instructor, 4th Division Wing; and Capt Hermann Augustin Arnold, 36th Battalion, from Sydney, Chief Instructor, 3rd Division Wing.