Recovered from the Kew Hockey Club
wooden decorative board
Inscriptions & markings
1939 Honor Roll 1945
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Recovered from the Kew Hockey Club
wooden decorative board
1939 Honor Roll 1945
Campaign desk. Probably Middle East New Guinea & Islands World War 2
Wooden Desk 2 pedestals with drawers one side & cupboard & filing drawers on the other
Plaque attached to top: This desk belonged to LT. GEN. SIR STANLEY SAVIGE KBE CB DSO MC ED PRESENTED TO KEW RSL SUB-BRANCH by Mr & Mrs CE WATERS
lt gen sir stanley savige, world war 2
The certificate was recovered from the back of a toilet door of a shop in High Street Kew
These certificates were presented to those in the municipality who volunteered for WW1 service.
Framed certificate WW1; wooden frame, glazed
Town of Kew; The Great War 1914; Australia heard the Empire call
world war !, city of kew, 6th field ambulance, mcculloch leslie j
Meritorious Medal presentation to Ralph E Chipper by RSL HQ Canberra 8th March 1990
ralph chipper, rsl meritorious medal
history of the Siege of Tobruk April to December 1941
coloured print, cartography by James Emery & history by Chester Wilmott
tobruk, world war 2, maj gen leslie morshead, lt gen erwin romel, jh edmonson vc
framed picture of the ship underway Date unknown but probably circa 1914
HMAS Sydney on the tally band
Picture of ship's crew in a large hall, includes a tally band from a cap Date unknown but probably circa 1914
framed print of ship's crew in a large hall early 20th Century including tally band wit hships name
H.M.A.S Brisbane 'Australia is proud of you'
The glass panel was originally installed in the internal entrance door to the Kew RSL Sub Branch Social Club probably in the 1960s renovation; removed & stored during the recent renovations (2017-18) The central insignia is of an early form in that it depicts the soldier, sailor & airman only.
framed frosted glass door panel
Kew RSL Social Club; Members Only with RSL insignia below centre
kew rsl social club
Wallet & certificate presented to Driver AA Cook by the City of Kew in recognition of his enlisting in the 2nd AIF1941
framed photo, wallet & certificate presented by the City of Kew to Pte AA Cook 21 June 1941
aa cook, city of kew, world war 2
framed print of Australian Light Horse WW1
australian light horse, world war 1
The Kew War Memorial was opened by the Governor of Victoria, Earl of Stradbroke & Mayor J Carnegie 30th August 1925
framed black & white photo of the opening of the Kew War Memorial 1925
kew war memorial, kew cenotaph, earl of stradbroke, mayor j carnegie, world war 1
Probably obtained as a trophy from the Boxer Rebellion in 1900-1, China
Case: wood, glass; Gun: wood, iron
Chinese inscriptions translated read: Manufactured by De-Sheng Gun & Cannon Factory; Feng-Shen-Miao, Tianjin; De Sheng means Virtue & Victory & Feng Shen Miao means Wind God Temple
Avro Anson twin engine aeroplane was used by the RAAF in Australia prior & during WW2 as a trainer
wooden propeller, metal leading edges, paint
DRG No. LA 613c1 CHEETAH X; L.H.T.; d.7.33' p.6.96'; H.R. 1293 7; 2/42
bore sighting telescope for 6 pounder anti-tank cannon for calibration & testing; the canon was used in WW2 by British & other forces. Australian Army had about 100
Bore sighting telescope 57mm for 6 pounder Anti-tank gun in painted wooden case
Case: #7, MK2, V1/05 588 GA
telescope bore sighting, w ottway & co ealing, artillery, 6 pounder cannon, world war 2
multiple unit & association plaques mounted on veneered baord
Originally a fire screen. Frame lost during 2017 renovations. Board reframed by J Torpey March 2019
wood frame, badges & buttons mounted on cloth base. Regimental badges & uniform buttons from England, Australia, Canada & New Zealand
presented to Doug Moule by the NZ Government in appreciation for work performed by him for them
Fame containing regimental badges of the NZ expeditionary force WW1
1914-1919 The Regimental Badges of the NZ Expeditionary Force
nz expeditionary force, world war 1,
Awarded to Frank Sands for his WW1 service . Military Medal awarded for 'conspicuous gallantry' Mouquet Quarry France September 1916
framed set of World War 1 medals comprising, Military Medal, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal & Victory Medal
Advised this board was displayed at Arbuckle's premises in Cato Street Hawthorn.
wooden decorative board with wooden ribbon carvings attached in the corners
Employees of Arbuckle & Waddell Pty Ltd who enlisted for service in the great war 1914-1919
arbuckle & waddell, world war 1, hawthorn war memorials
Acquired by Pte Blackburn on service in Morotai World War 2
Wooden shield, crossed Gurka knives, regimental badges
gurka, morotai, world war 2
Originally on display at the Kew Bowling Club in Wellington Street Kew; relocated on closure to Auburn Heights Sports Club, Barkers Road Kew; given to KewRSL 2015
A Kew Honour Board listing members of the Kew Bowling Club who served in World War 1
large wooden frame, gold leaf writing & painted motif
Kew Bowling Club 1914-1918 Roll of Honour For Duty - A Tribute - Nobly Done To the Members & Member's Sons who Voluntarily Enlisted - For Active Service in the Great War
Originally installed in the Kew Presbyterian Church cnr Highbury Grove & Cotham Road Kew
excellent representation of war memorials or honour boards listing the names of those who died or served
Ceramic, rectangular, 65cm x 110cm
In memory of our Honoured Dead who gave their lives in defence of Liberty in the Great War 1914-1918
Certificate awarded to Miss Lillian May Jerram by Commandant in Chief Australian Voluntary Aid Detachments Alice Duchess of Gloucester
No 323 (Kew) Detachment
world war 2, voluntary aid detachment no 323 (kew), jerram lillias may, vad
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