Scenes at a dressing station at Dobroveni, Macedonia, Serbia, during World War I, [between 1916-1917]
Reference Number: PAColl-6972-12-02
Scenes at a dressing station in Dobraveni, Macedonia, Serbia, during World War I. Photographs taken between 1916-1917 by an unidentified photographer. Upper photograph shows a mess hut made of petrol tins.Lower photograph shows a cook house made of stones and empty ammunition boxes.
With the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service in the Serbian/Bulgarian war, Reference Number PAColl-6972-12 (30 digitised items)
Bennett, Agnes Elizabeth Lloyd, 1872-1960 : Photographs, Reference Number PAColl-6972 (36 digitised items)
Extent: 2 b&w original photographic print(s) mounted on paperSilver gelatin prints, approx 6 x 9 cm (unevenly trimmed), mounted on brown paper 28.3 x 14.6 cm. Single photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Citation: Any publication or exhibition must be accompanied by the credit "The Agnes Bennett Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library."
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Mount recto - [top of item]Dressing Station Dobraveni [middle of item] Mess Hut (of petrol tins) [Bottom of item] Cook House (of stones and empty ammunition boxes) Dressing Station Dobraveni
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