Historical information

Thomas Newman McIntyre (1846 - 1918) was the sole survivor of the police party murdered by the Kelly Gang at Stringybark Creek on 28 October 1878. Importantly, McIntyre was later the key witness in Ned Kelly's murder trial. Edward Monk (1844 - 1928) was a selector living in the area, who accompanied the police party sent to returned to collect the bodies of the murdered police. Both men became great friends later in life.

Physical description

Small sepia coloured carte de visite photograph of Edward Monk (standing) and Thomas McIntyre (seated), printed on thin photographic paper.

Inscriptions & markings

Constable McIntyre sitting. Mr Ted Mond standing (of saw mill)