Geelong RSL (2013)
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This print is a portrayal of Nurses during WW1
The print shows nurses on location during WW1, their environment and conditions they worked in.
nurses in locations
This a Geelong RSL Membership Card dated 1945
This is an original Card, the card was issued to VX20784 Thomas A Bowden, a WW2 Veteran, Rat of Tobruk.
An oblong Card, black cover, paper information page insert
Front Cover Capitals, Geelong, RSL Badge, RSSAILA
The Radio and others were made for the Sig Corps US Army, the serial No is 6269, the Order No is 4671-Phila-42
The Radio is an original
Steel Black Box
The Allen D Cardwell Manifacturing Group
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