Historical information

Frame 11.
Photo 1. Welcoming home committee, nearly there.
Photo 2. On Australian soil at last. The 'Karmala' berthed at 3MD Melbourne at the "Outer West New Pier" for the Victorians. It is not known if this is the pier at this point.
Photo 3. Home at Tragowel, Victoria, some nine miles south of Kerang.
Rear, Emily Grinton, Arthur Grinton, Bert and May Grinton.
Front. Hughina Grinton and possibly Grace McLeod, Hughina's sister.
Photo 4. The opening of the Memorial at Macorna 5/3/1920. Macorna is about 5 kilometres south of Tragowel, both places being on the railway line.
Left to right in the photo; Lieut F. Dunn, Cr Charlie Cook, Brigadier General Brand, Rev. G. R. Jones (Kerang) and Mr H. Angus MLA. Music was played by the Mead Brass Band. This information was supplied by the Pyramid Hill Historical Society.

Physical description

Photographs - black and white on paper. 4 photographs top to bottom.
1. Dock side welcoming home committee. 2. Soldiers on a timber dock. 3. Welcome home family group. 4. Opening of a War Memorial.
Frame - timber with black colour paint. Glass front. Mount - black colour cardboard. Backing cardboard with handwritten notation.

Inscriptions & markings

Backing cardboard - handwritten in blue felt tip pen "11."