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Record 18/33
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Collection Dundon
Description Photograph in a folder on the front of which is written "New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Their Name Liveth for Evermore." followed by a silver fern emblem. Inside on the right-hand side is a picture of a white grave stone on which is written, "6/1276 Private W.T. DUNDON, N.Z. Canterbury Regt., 5 June 1915 age 24." On the left-hand side is the following: "The Minister of Internal Affairs begs to foward a PHOTOGRAPH OF THE GRAVE of the late: 'Reg. No.' 6/1276; 'Rank', Pte; 'Name', W.T. DUNDON; 'Unit', N.Z. Canterbury Regt.; 'Cemetery', Shrapnel Valley; 'Plot No.'2 Row C. Grave 20. All communications respecting this photograph should quote the soldier's regimental number, and be addressed - "Under-Secretary, Internal Affairs Department (War Graves Division), Wellington."

Home location is for the frame a copy of this object is in which will be used for display during ANZAC celebrations. The object is in Bay 45/Shelf E/Box 1.
Object ID 2002.092.0038
Object Name Photograph
People Dundon, William Thomas
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Last modified on: January 16, 2015