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TWO SOLDIERS

c. 1945
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Overview

Copy of an original b&w photo resting on cream fabric. The original photo is worn and slightly creased at the edges.
It shows two men in military uniform standing in front of a building displaying a sign saying "Victory over Germany 1945".
Soldier on left is wearing a peak cap and bomber jacket. Soldier on right is wearing a slouch hat, and jacket with webbing belt.
In background is a man in a suit and hat, on the left, and a woman and child on the right.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1002
Item type
Width
15 cm
Height or length
10 cm
Contextual Information

Possibly has an association with a Ferguson family member from Toodyay due to the similarity to a group of other photos in the museum collection of photos of original photographs taken in 1999, some of which have Ferguson family members identified.

Year
c. 1945
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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