Historical information

A photo of the 'Widow and Children' statue in 1998. The 'Widow and Children' statue was sculpted by Louis Laumen, a Melbourne artist. The statue stands on a granite plinth in the cruciform shaped garden. There is a plaque which reads:
"Legacy Garden of Appreciation.
A living tribute to the generous support of Victorians for the work of Legacy.
The sculpture symbolises the work of Legacy caring for the widows and children of veterans.
The Flanders Poppies which bloom around November have their origin on the World War I battlefields of Belgium and France."


A record of the 'Widow and Children' statue in 1998.

Physical description

Colour photo of the Widow and Children statue in the Legacy garden.

Inscriptions & markings

Printing on the back " 18.10.98" which is the date the photo was printed and the frame number of the negative.