|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Maker||British Official Photographer (Photographer)|
|Place made||France: Western Front (France), Nord Region, Fromelles Area, Fromelles, Bois-Grenier|
|Date made||4 June 1916|
Wielding a pair of pliers, Chaplain Walter Ernest Dexter DSO MC DCM (left) pretends that he is about to extract a tooth from the seated Captain Daniel Aston Luxton at a dressing station behind the trenches. Standing on the right is Lt Staniforth Ricketson and standing behind Capt Luxton is Lt George Leslie Makin, 5th Battalion, who died of wounds on 8 September 1918. This posed photograph was arranged by the photographer.