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Photograph - Fred Pascoe, Telegraphist, c1939-1945

c. 1939 - 1945

Black and white photograph of Fred Pascoe, Telegraphist with no shirt on in side profile, surrounded by telecommunications equipment. He is wearing a head set and with his left hand is turning a dial.

Historical information

Fred Pascoe was involved in sending the message of the Japanese surrender.



Registration number
Item type
150 mm
Height or length
100 mm
c. 1939 - 1945
City of Melville Museums

City of Melville Museums

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fred pascoe telegraphist