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Frank Rivington Sangster 37674

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 12th Field Artillery Brigade
Collection: 37674 Gnr. Frank Rivington SANGSTER of the 12th F.A.Bde. Possibility these are the famous three A.I.F. Soldiers that took and swapped many photos during the Great War. O'BRIEN T.A. 44, SANGSTER F.R. 37674, MILLER H.E. 932
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David Craig Anderson 3695

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 2nd Signal Company, 2nd Division.
Group Portrait: 3695 Sapper David Craig ANDERSON in Australian uniform with family. Mum, Dad and Sister.
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David Craig Anderson 3695

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 2nd Signal Company, 2nd Division.
Group Portrait: 3695 Sapper. David Craig ANDERSON positioned sitting down right of picture. The other three soldiers are diggers unknown. They are also wearing a special arm band on right sleeve.
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David Craig Anderson 3695

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 2nd Signal Company, 2nd Division
Group Portrait: 3695 Sapper David Craig ANDERSON positioned left of photo enjoying a break with two diggers unknown.
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Thomas Aloysius O'Brien 44

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 1st LH Bde. M.G.Squadron
Group Portrait: 44 Pvt. Thomas Aloysius O'BRIEN of the 1st LH Bde. M.G.Squadron. Written on back: Gun Harness Room Camp 21. I'm sitting on rope with feet on wooden horse.
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Frank Peters 9792

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 14th Field Ambulance, 5th Division.
Group Portrait: 9792 Pvt. Frank PETERS.
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George William Shape 3180

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Date Made : Sunday, April 20, 1919
Group Portrait: 3180 Pvt. George William SHAPE.
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George William Shape 3180

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 2nd Pioneer Battalion, 2nd Division.
Date Made : Sunday, April 20, 1919
Place Made : Belgium, Waterloo, Lion Hill
Group Portrait: 3180 Pvt. George William SHAPE positioned front row, second from the left. Location of photo is just 15km south of Brussels the capital of Belgium.
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Oscar Federick Smith 2755

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Date Made : Saturday, October 12, 1918
Place Made : St Cloud, Paris, France
Group Portrait: Mixed allied soldiers from around the world recovering in hospital, France. The Great War is finally over and Xmas is just around the corner. Positioned in this photo is Back Row: Jeff Teaple (Canada), Serg. Tank Corps, (England) Jerry Durham Regt. (England) Front Row: 2755 Oscar Federick SMITH (Australia), Jim Spears (Canada), Rus Marden (U.S.A.), Sgt. Kent Coldstream Guards. (England).
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Oscar Federick Smith 2755

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Date Made : Thursday, February 17, 1916
Place Made : Melbourne, Ascot Vale
Group Portrait: Training camp at Ascot Vale, Melbourne, Victoria. Sgt 2755 Oscar Frederick SMITH positioned sitting down right. (Individually signed on the back) Oscar F SMITH, W. FINDLATER, Harry R. HOSSACK, W. FIDLER, Alf J. GORDON, Baertrand L. YOUNG).
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Oscar Federick Smith 2755

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 59-60th Battalion, 5th Division.
Group Portrait: 2755 Sgt. Oscar Frederick SMITH (standing left) - The other two soldiers in photo are unknown diggers.
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Charles John Wright 825

Sub Category :(B) Diggers Identified Group Portrait
Related Unit : 7th Battalion. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division
Group Portrait: 825 Pvt. Charles Julian WRIGHT of the 7th Battalion and his younger brother 5241 Pvt. George Edwin WRIGHT of the 6th Battalion. Both brothers were from Bendigo, Victoria. Charles was killed at Gallipoli 25th April 1915 at the landings and George was killed at the Western Front, France 8th Dec 1916 during the Somme Winter. Unknown when this photo was taken, possibly in 1914 before Charles embarked overseas to Egypt.
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