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69814
  • Title
    Dr. Herschel Harris war photographs in France and Lemnos
  • Creator
  • Call number
    PXA 403
  • Level of description
    series
  • Date

    1914-1915
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    69814
  • Issue Copy
    Digitised
  • Physical Description
    Photographs - 8.5 x 8 cm.-8 x 14 cm. - 65 silver gelatin photoprints
  • Scope and Content
    1. France - group taken at St Brevin ... with head downcast is Col. Horne of Melbourne
    2. Dr. Thring operating on a case at Wimereux (Australian Voluntary Hospital, A.V.H.) during the first battle of Ypres, 1914
    3-6. Wimereux A.V.H. 1914 - group portraits including - Sir George Makins, Col. Bonighard, Col. Eames, Sir Alexander MacCormick, D. Thring, Dr. Herschel Harris, Lt. Col. Horne (Melbourne), Major Dick (Newcastle), Canon Adderley (Birmingham), Sir Almroth Wright, Dr. Burghard (England), Mrs Popplewell (Hon. Sec.), Capt. Touse V.C., Bishop Golding-Bird
    7-8. Wimereux A.V.H. 1915 - British Red Cross Nurses
    9. Wimereux A.V.H. - group of Sisters R-L: Sisters Baxter, Anderson, Dowling, all of Sydney
    10. Wimereux A.V.H. - group of Officers and Sisters who belonged to the Sydney Hospital L-R: Dr. Chisholm, Dr. Herschel Harris, Dr. Murray Will, Dr. Randal McDonnell, Sister Dalgleish, Sister Dalziel
    11. Wimereux A.V.H. - L-R: Sister Gabriel, Sister Reay
    12. Boulogne, 1915 - ... a motor is seen `stuck-up'
    13. June 1915 King Rufus' Stone, New Forest - Sir Alexander MacCormick, Lady MacCormick, Mr Cropper, Miss MacCormick
    14. Malta, July 1915 - Natives selling fruit, etc. to troops aboard the `Simla'
    15. Mudros Harbour, Lemnos, June 1915 - The `Simla' has just arrived and the reinforcements aboard
    16. Lemnos July 1915 - reinforcements being transhipped from the `Simla', since torpedoed, to mine sweeper to be conveyed direct to ANZAC
    17-18. Off to ANZAC Oct 1915 - Sweeper just clearing Lemnos Island, group of Ghurkas
    19. Mudros Harbour 1915 - group of officers taken on the `Transilvania'. These officers were transferred from the `Southland' after she had been torpedoed outside Lemnos. L-R: unknown officer, Col. Millard, General Legge, Sir Alexander MacCormick, Queensland officer?
    20-21. ANZAC Oct 1915 - North Beach showing Williams and Walker's Piers ...
    22. ANZAC Oct 1915 - North Beach, note boxes of ammunition. Hospital ship is seen at anchor ...
    23. ANZAC Oct 1915 - North Beach, the Hospital Ship is at her usual mooring ...
    24. ANZAC Oct 1915 - looking towards Suvla Bay
    25-26. ANZAC Oct 1915 - view of `Russell's Top'
    27. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Fisherman's Gully
    28. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Fisherman's Gully, Indians belonging to Mule Corp
    29-30. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Mule Gully
    31-32. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Charnuk Dere
    33. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Charnuk Dere ... ANZAC writing a letter in his tent
    34-36. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Charnuk Dere, Dressing Station ... [includes] Dr. Fiaschi and Dr. Herschel Harris
    37-38. ANZAC Oct 1915 - near Charnuk Dere [includes] Mule Transport Corps
    39-41. ANZAC Oct/Nov 1915 - Rhodadendron Hills ...
    42-44. ANZAC Oct 1915 - The `Sphinx' or `Cathedral' ... occupied by No. 1 Clearing Hospital
    45. Lemnos Nov 1915 ... tents are those of in `Sarpi' the Australian Rest Camp ...
    46. ANZAC Oct 1915 No. 1 Outpost, in charge of General Meredith (Raymond Terrace)
    47. ANZAC Oct 1915 - G.P.O. Base Post Office, note the Postmaster sorting the mail ...
    48. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Sniper in the front line
    49. ANZAC Oct 1915 - near the front line of trenches, snipers at work
    50. ANZAC Oct 1915 - the third line of the trenches. At this spot these trenches were unoccupied during the day and occupied during the night
    51. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Major Fiaschi inspecting a trench ...
    52. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Dr. Fiaschi ... in a sap
    53. ANZAC Oct 1915 - A sap, note overhead bridge
    54. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Dr. Mainwaring's dug out L-R: Dr. Herschel Harris, Dr. Cudmore (Adelaide) and Dr. Mainwaring (Adelaide)
    55. ANZAC - dug out occupied by Major Mainwaring used as a Dressing Station, Oct 1915
    56. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Well used for drinking purposes. Note: the guard ... the Turks had a habit of picking out these spots
    57. ANZAC Oct 1915 - `Luncheon Hour'
    58. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Indian belonging to Mule Corps sitting in front of his dug out
    59. ANZAC Oct 1915 - Indian playing a tune on a `periscope' which has been transformed into a harp
    60. ANZAC Nov 1915, Mule Transport Corps
    61. Lemnos 1915, Route march, Australian soldiers
    62. Lemnos Island 1915, Field bakery, Mudros Harbour is seen in the distance
    63. ANZAC Nov 1915, Showing Table-Top, Little Table-Top & Camel's Hump
    64. Lemnos Island. Windmill in action, numbers of these existed throughout the Island. They were used for grinding the grain, 1915
    65. Lemnos 1915, group of mills not in action, Sir Alexander MacCormick in foreground
  • Source
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  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright: Created before 1955
    Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales<br>
  • General note

    A bibliography of servicemen's and women's diaries of World War I is held in the Mitchell Library Original Materials Reading Room at PXn 878
    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I pictorial material
    Digital order no:Album ID : 888093
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