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Blanche Scott 
 
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 Lieutenant Frederick William Bell
Lieutenant Frederick William Bell
Status: Located; This Photo was taken of Fred during the Boer War 
 
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10 King Street, Gardiner, Victoria, Australia
10 King Street, Gardiner, Victoria, Australia
The Gardiner is now part of the suburb of Glen Iris, Victoria, Australia 
 
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113th Australian General Hospital (now known as Concord Repatriation Hospital).
113th Australian General Hospital (now known as Concord Repatriation Hospital).
113th Australian General Hospital (now known as Concord Repatriation Hospital). 
 
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154 - 162 Gloucester Street Sydney
154 - 162 Gloucester Street Sydney
154 is only partially visible on the far left. This photo was taken in 28 April 1921. Courtesy of The City of Sydney Archives. To obtain further information or a reproduction quality copy of any picture contact the City of Sydney Archives. 
 
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1861 Census of England and Wales - Family of Joseph and Sarah Dance (n.Butcher)
1861 Census of England and Wales - Family of Joseph and Sarah Dance (n.Butcher)
In the 1861 Census of England and Wales, Joseph and his family are residing in Quarrey Road, Swindon, Wiltshire, England and his occupation is listed as a Shepherd. 
 
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1881 Census of England and Wales - Norfolk -England - Annie Ellen Webster
1881 Census of England and Wales - Norfolk -England - Annie Ellen Webster
The 1881 Census of England and Wales was taken on the Evening of 3 Apr 1881. Annie is listed with her father William, Mother Julie, 2 Sisters elizabeth and Julie and 3 Brothers William, Edward and Roberty at her family farm, The Woodlands, Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk England. 
 
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1881 London General Omnibus Company Four Light Garden Seat Horse Bus
1881 London General Omnibus Company Four Light Garden Seat Horse Bus
1881 London General Omnibus Company Four Light Garden Seat Horse Bus 
 
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1914 - 1918 Memorial Plaque
1914 - 1918 Memorial Plaque
Status: Located; The Memorial Plaque was presented to the next of Kin of those soldiers, sailors or nurses who died while serving in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) or Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during the First World War.
The large, round, bronze Memorial Plaque which was to accompany the Memorial Scroll shows Britannia and a lion on the front, surrounded by the inscription He died for freedom and honour. The full name of the dead soldier is engraved on the right hand side of the plaque. No rank, unit or decorations are shown, symbolising the equality of sacrifice of all casualties. 
 
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2nd Chatswood Scouts
2nd Chatswood Scouts
Status: Located; Donald Campbell Eatch front row first on the left 
 
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A Page from W W Campbell & Co Catalogue
A Page from W W Campbell & Co Catalogue
A catalogue from around 1900 (TCQ 749.20491 CAM) illustrates the company’s strong emphasis on cane furniture, with different types referred to either as bamboo, rush, wicker, rattan or pith. 
 
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A Young Gordon Colin Cooper
A Young Gordon Colin Cooper
Young Gordon Colin Cooper Highland dancing. 
 
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A16 - HMAT Star of Victoria
A16 - HMAT Star of Victoria
Numbered A16. HMAT STAR OF VICTORIA was a 9,152 ton Commonwealth & Dominion Line Ltd ship registered in London, as can be seen here on the stern. Capable of 13. 5 knots, and later re-named PORT MELBOURNE she passed from Commonwealth control on October 2, 1917, a year after this image was taken. 
 
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A55 HMAT Kyarra
A55 HMAT Kyarra
On 6 November 1914 she was requisitioned and converted into a hospital ship (HMAT A.55 Kyarra) for the purpose of transporting Australian medical units to Egypt. The hull was painted white with a large red cross on the side. In March 1915, Kyarra was converted into a troop transport. Commonwealth control ended 4 January 1918.

On 5 May 1918, Kyarra was sailing from Tilbury to Devonport to embark civilian passengers and take on full general cargo. However she was sunk by UB-57 near Swanage with the loss of six lives. 
 
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A59 HMAT Botanist
A59 HMAT Botanist
The HMAT A59 Botanist weighed 7,688 tons with an average cruise speed of 13 knots or 24.07 kmph. It was owned by the Charente SS Co Ltd, Liverpool, and leased by the Commonwealth until 6 December 1916. 
 
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A60 HMAT Aeneas
A60 HMAT Aeneas
The HMAT A60 Aeneas weighed 10,049 tons with an average cruise speed of 14 knots or 25.92 kmph. It was owned by the Ocean SS Co Ltd, Liverpool, and leased by the Commonwealth until 22 June 1917. 
 
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Adelaide Mary Botcher (n. Foran)
Adelaide Mary Botcher (n. Foran)
Adelaide Mary Botcher (n. Foran) 
 
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Adelaide Mary Bottcher (n.Foran)
Adelaide Mary Bottcher (n.Foran)
Adelaide is holding an unidentified baby 
 
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Africa Star
Africa Star
Africa Star
Africa Star Obverse

The Africa Star was granted for operational service in North Africa from the date of the entry of Italy into the war on 10 June 1940, up to the date of the cessation of operations against the enemy in North Africa on 12 May 1943.

The Africa Star may also be awarded for operational service as a member of the Australian Defence Force during the Syrian Campaign in the period from 8 June 1941 to 11 July 1941. The source document for the amended award conditions for the Africa Star is the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No S134 dated 10 April 1995.
The Medal

The Africa Star is a six–pointed star of yellow copper zinc alloy. The obverse has a central design of the Royal and Imperial cypher, surmounted by a crown. The cypher is surrounded by a circlet containing the words ‘The Africa Star'. Stars issued to Australian personnel have recipient names engraved on the plain reverse.
The Ribbon

The Africa Star ribbon colours represent the desert and the service of the Armies, Naval Forces, Merchant Navy and the Air Forces.
Clasps

Three clasps were issued for the Africa Star:

* 8 th Army
* 1 st Army
* North Africa 1942-43

Only one clasp is worn and when the ribbon is worn alone a ribbon emblem, ‘8', ‘1' or silver rosette as appropriate is worn to denote the award of a clasp.
Eligibility

This medal is awarded for a minimum of one days operational service in North Africa, west of the Suez Canal between 10 June 1940 and 12 May 1943 and in Syria between 8 June 1941 and 11 July 1941.  
 
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Agnes May Violet Ridgway
Agnes May Violet Ridgway
Agnes may Violet Ridgway (6 Months old) 
 
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Agnes May Violet Ridgway
Agnes May Violet Ridgway
Agnes May Violet Ridgway aged 2 years. Photo taken 1912 
 
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Agnes May Violet Ridgway and William Arthur Herbert Waller
Agnes May Violet Ridgway and William Arthur Herbert Waller
Agnes May "Violet" Ridgway (18 years) and William Arthur Herbert Waller (21 years) 
 
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Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway)
Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway)
Agnes may Violet Waller aged c. 35 
 
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Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway)
Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway)
Agnes may Violet Waller (n. Ridgway 
 
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Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway), Marion Waller and Audrey Waller
Agnes May Violet Waller (n. Ridgway), Marion Waller and Audrey Waller
Agnes May violet Waller (n. Ridgway) and daughters Marion (left) and Audrey (right) 
 
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Air Commodore John Hamilton Summers OBE
Air Commodore John Hamilton Summers OBE
John Hamilton Summers obtained the Rank of Air Commodore during World War II and Was the Air Officer Commanding HQ, North Eastern Area,Townsville, Queensland, Australia 
 
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Alan Begbie Campbell - Heliopolis, Egypt
Alan Begbie Campbell - Heliopolis, Egypt
Allan Begbie Campbell 22 October 1915 - Heliopolis, Egypt
Notes on the back: Photo October 22nd 1915. Heliopolis, Egypt. Allan Begbie Campbell 3/12th A.L.H (red 21)

 
 
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