Officers of the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, Addington Camp, Christchurch, Aug 1914
Reference Number: PAColl-5268-2-01
Officers of the Canterbury Mounted Rifles at Addington Camp, Christchurch, August 1914. Back row: Lieutenants L Chaytor, Taylor, Barker, W Deans, F Gorton, Hayter, D S Murchison. Second row: Lieutenant Marchant, Captain Talbot, Lieutenant Blackett, Captain Hurst, Captain Hammond, Lieutenant Free, Lieutenant Bruce. Sitting: Major Wain (O.C. 8th Sqd.), Captain Cody (Q.M.), Major Overton (2nd in Command), Lieutenant-Colonel Findlay (C.O.), Captain Blair (Adjutant), Major Acton-Adams (O.C. 1st Sqd.), Major Hutton (O.C. 10th Sqd.). Front row: Lieutenant Gibbs (Signalling Officer), Tommy the mascot, Lieutenant Davison (Machine Gun Officer), Lieutenant G Dailey.
1 image, categorised under Group portraits, related to Colonel John Findlay, Lieutenant L Chaytor, Lieutenant Taylor, Lieutenant Barker, W Deans, Lieutenant F Gorton, Lieutenant Hayter, Lieutenant D S Murchison, Lieutenant Marchant, Captain Talbot, Lieutenant Blackett, Captain Hurst, Captain Hammond, Lieutenant Free, Lieutenant Bruce, Major Wain, Captain Cody, Major Overton, Captain Blair, Major Acton-Adams, Major Hutton, Lieutenant Gibbs, Lieutenant Davison, Lieutenant G Dailey, New Zealand Army Addington Military Camp, New Zealand. Army. NZEF. Canterbury Mounted Rifles Regiment, Addington, Armed Forces - Officers, Dogs, Armed Forces - Mascots, World War, 1914-1918 - Military personnel, New Zealand and Military uniforms.
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 15.5 x 20.4 cm. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
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