Photograph (Victoria Police) - Police Officers group photo
From the Collection of Victoria Police Museum Mezzanine Level World Trade Centre Siddeley Street Docklands Victoria
- Black and white photograph mounted on grey frame.
16 Police Officers mounted on Horses.
Black and white photograph mounted on bege frame.
25 men pose for photograph on 3row structure; they all wear polished suits. Men sitting at front row have their arms crossed, some in a serious countenance and other more witty.
On the back there's piece of paper stuck which tells who are most of Police men in the picture - see Inscriptions. There's also velcrum piece on edges.
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(top left) 162
(top right) Ap 86
Paper glued with tape on the back, typewritten:
First Council of the // Victorian Police Association.
Left to right; Back row; Forget name of first one; John Searle; // Arthur Feldtman 7138; Francis McCorkell, Charles Heading; // White (Reporter)
Middle Row. Gill (Police Association Secretary) ; Murdock McMillan; Uncertain next; George Fleming; Tom Morgan; Jim Ogden; Fred Hale; Uncertain name; George Burrows;
Front row; Jim Dunn; Walter Elliott; John Grieve (Detective); Langslov // George Herbert Docking (Association President) General Blamey // William Adamson; McPherson; Arthur Wels; John // Cassiy.
I Believe the 3rd person in centre row is Roderick McDonald but am not sure. // This picture was taken in the Temperance Hotel, Russel ST // Jim Ogden and myself were the only members of force who had joined after the police strike in 1923.
- 6 Dec 2019 at 3:37PM