|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Baizieux|
|Date made||23 July 1917|
Outdoor group portrait of officers of the 6th Battalion. Back row, left to right: Captain (Capt) Frederick Kricheldorff; Lieutenant (Lt) Charles Henry Gould MM; Capt Alfred George Carne; Lt Ernest Hector Christian; Lt Leslie Bowman Cadell; Lt Thomas Giles Paul; Lt Neville Alan Rollason; Lt William Arnold Minster; Lt Matthew Absom; Lt Louis Frederick Armstrong; Lt William James Walker; Lt Francis John Shrimpton; and Lt Herbert Owen Tulley. Second row: Capt William Pitt Adams; Capt Charles Robert Pinney; Major Frederick Lawrence Wall MC, Australian Army Medical Corps; Major Jasper Kenneth Magee MC; Lieutenant Colonel Clarence Wells Didier Daley DSO; Lt Thomas Hewett Boyd MC; Capt Clarence Henry Taylor MC; Lt Joseph William Forbes; Lt Austin Laughlin MC; Capt (Chaplain) George Walter Carter. Front row: Lt William Anderson Moncur; Lt Donald William MacLachlan; Lt Percival Louis (Percy) Rauert; Lt Norman Reginald Tutton MC; ? Thompson; Capt E Smith; Lt Alfred William Rachinger; Lt Frederick Birks MM. Lt Forbes was killed in action in Belgium on 20 September 1917. Lt Birks was killed in action in Belgium on 21 September 1917. Lt Boyd was killed in action in Belgium on 4 October 1917. Lt Minster died of wounds in Belgium on 5 October 1917. Promoted to the rank of major, Taylor died of wounds in France on 12 October 1917. Lt Shrimpton died of wounds in France on 15 April 1918. In 1920 Capt Kricheldorff changed his surname by deed poll to Kay.