Roger James Cholmeley, lecturer in Classics, The University of Queensland

(). Roger James Cholmeley, lecturer in Classics, The University of Queensland.

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Title Roger James Cholmeley, lecturer in Classics, The University of Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Year available 2010
Contributor Poulsen, P. C.
Series Fryer Library Photograph Collection, UQFL477
Type image/tiff
Original Format Photograph; sepia; 10 cm.
Source Fryer Library Pictorial Collection, UQFL477, Box 5, PIC494
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Abstract/Summary The Fryer Library Photograph Collection is a collection of approximately 900 photographs, mostly black and white, some sepia. Photographs mostly relating to Queensland people and places, but including interstate and overseas photographs. Includes photographs of Australian authors, the 1893 Brisbane floods, and Mornington Island (Queensland). There are also a number of photographs of Papua New Guinea which were originally in the Beazley collection (UQFL271).
Keyword Cholmeley, R. J. (Roger James), 1872-1919
University of Queensland -- Staff
University of Queensland. Dept of Classics and Ancient History
The University of Queensland Library
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153.552920,-26.777500 152.452799,-26.777500 152.452799,-28.037280 153.552920,-28.037280 153.552920,-26.777500

Additional Notes Roger James Cholmeley was lecturer in Classics at The University of Queensland, 1911-1916. He was also appointed Assistant Librarian. In August 1915, Cholmeley went to Europe to join the British Army. He rose to the rank of captain and won the Military Cross. In 1919 he lost his life while on active service in Russia.

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Created: Fri, 03 Dec 2010, 13:25:31 EST by Rose Wade on behalf of Fryer Library