Australians returning to Anzac

James-Wallace, Florence Elizabeth, 1885- (). Australians returning to Anzac.

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Creator James-Wallace, Florence Elizabeth, 1885-
Title Australians returning to Anzac
Year available 1915
Contributor Savage, A. W. (Albert William)
Series Florence Elizabeth James - Wallace Collection, F831
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Format Photograph; b&w
Source Florence Elizabeth James - Wallace Collection, F831, Album 2, Page 19
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Abstract/Summary Florence Elizabeth James-Wallace enlisted as a nursing sister on 26 Apr 1915 and served in No. 3, Australian General Hospital, Australian Army Medical Corps, during the Egyptian and Turkish campaigns of World War I. She later served in England. She was discharged on 23 May 1919. Mitchell Library, NSW, holds a photograph album of Albert William Savage's ('Photographs of the Third Australian General Hospital at Lemnos, Egypt and Brighton (Eng.)', 1915-1917), PXE 698. Some of the photographs it contains are identical to those in these two albums, with slightly different captions.
Keyword World War, 1914-1918
Additional Notes Australian soldiers marching to boat to return to Anzac Cove, Gallipoli

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