|Object type||Black & white - Film copy negative|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney, Liverpool|
|Date made||16 October 1916|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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A collage of four photographs presented to Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) J E Jackson, by the ...
A collage of four photographs presented to Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) J E Jackson, by the officers of the Liverpool Camp, NSW, on 16 October 1916. The officers in the group portrait have signed their names on either side of the group image. Top left image is of buildings at the Liverpool Camp. Middle image is a portrait of Lieutenant Colonel (Lt Col) J E Jackson, officer in charge of the army training camp, seated on his horse near one of the camp buildings. Top right image is a parade before officers on the parade ground at the Liverpool army training camp. The bottom image is a group portrait of the officers of the camp. Identified, left to right: back row: Lieutenant (Lt) Alexander Pettit; Lt A Lamrock; Lt Arthur Herbert Ridout Woodforde; Lt Harold Raphael Allen; Lt John James Lawton McCall; Lt Arnold Brinton Wadsworth; Lt E R Lorton; Lt William Osmond Frost; Lt Edgar Boyd Clouston; Lt C H Cooper; Lt S B Glass; Lt Ralph Sanders Barclay Sillar; Lt William Robertson McKay, Adjutant of 17th Battalion at Liverpool; Lt Thomas Arthur Jardine; Lt Robin William Swallow; Lt J T Gibson; Captain (Capt) H A Binstead. Fourth row: Lt L A Kelly (possibly Lt Lester Hamilton Kelly); Lt H J Rix; Lt H O Pettendrighy; Lt G H Evans; Lt James Harold Wicks; Lt B Price; Lt W J Harrison; Capt-Chaplain C P Bede; Capt-Chaplain John Dempsey; Capt-Chaplain Frederic William Tugwell; Lt Francis Henry Haylen; Lt Francis Barenger Gray; Lt H G O Burrows; Lt D S Vindin (possibly Dawson Sydney Vindin); Lt E Coucher; Lt John Clifford Peel; Lt Ernest Althouse; Lt John Clyde Dunningham. Third row: Lt F J Goswell; Lt Victor George Sanders; Lt Cecil Jeffries Levy; Lt Evan Thomas Segal; Lt William James Kilpatrick; Lt Simon John Young; Lt J H Rossborough; Lt Stanley Francis Harper Cox; Lt John Wellington Grapes; Lt Royden Richard Treloar; Lt Edward Hawthorne Pearce; Lt Albert Gilbert Isaacs; Lt Walter John Warneford; Capt J Dart; Lt Keith Faulkiner Potts; Lt Patrick Francis Hickey; Capt R Partridge. Second row: Major (Maj) W B Carter; Maj S P A Butler; Maj E J de-Wit; Lt J F Holloway; Lt J L Day; Lt Albert Smethurst West; Lt C W Wearne; Lt Ralph Bernard Randell; Capt-Chaplain Frederick Colwell; Capt A T Pringle (VD); Maj A J Mackenzie (possibly Arthur Joseph MacKenzie); Capt B B Bloomfield; Capt W W Lennox; Capt A C R Soden; Capt H W S Pearce; Lt S G MacDonell; Capt P L Quessy; Capt Edward Charles Tatchell. Front row: Maj A W Parsonage; Maj H C Manning; Maj C V Watson; Maj R J Stephens; Maj G A Roberts; Capt G Shipley; Maj Percy Muir McFarlane; Lt Col J E Jackson (OIC of camp); Capt F Smith; Maj William John Whitley Strong, VD; Capt M A Cooney; Maj D H Staples; Maj H A Bone; Maj C S Cookson; Lt J A McGrath; Lt W H Flynn. Lt William Osmond Frost, (later of 23rd Battalion, was killed in action in Belgium on 9 October 1917, aged 27 years). Lt Edgar Boyd Clouston, (later of 23rd Battalion, and a member of the 4th Company, Australian Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in Belgium on 26 September 1917, aged 22 years). Capt-Chaplain John Dempsey, a Congregational Minister who served with 2nd Light Horse of Burwood, NSW, (born in Ireland); he was torpedoed in the Mediterranean Sea and on 13 June 1917 died of septic pneumonia from this incident, aged 36 years. Lt Francis Henry Haylen, (later of 2nd Battalion, of North Sydney, NSW; he was killed in action on 21 September 1917, aged 25 years). Lt John Clifford Peel, a medical student of Inverleigh, Vic, (later of 3rd Squadron, Australian Flying Corps; he died on 19 September 1918 aged 24 years). Lt Ernest Althouse, (an accountant of Woollahra, NSW, later with 53rd Battalion; he was killed in action at Bellicourt, France on 30 September 1918 aged 34 years). Lt John Wellington Grapes, (a British Boer War veteran and a farmer of Sydney, NSW, (originally from Dublin, Ireland), later of the 8th Battalion and he died of accidental injuries in France on 24 July 1917 aged 36 years). Lt Albert Smethurst West, (a student of Marrickville, NSW; he died of wounds in France on 17 July 1918 aged 22 years).