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Honour Board

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Wooden Honour Board containing fifteen names listed in the centre surrounded by 11 numbered photographs.

Historical information

WW1 Killawarra State School 1914-1919

Inscriptions & Markings

Top - "Killawarra State School/Roll of Honour/For King & Country" Bottom - "The Great War 1914 to 1919"

Framed Print

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Timber frame of black and white print of a ship at sea.

Historical information

HMAS Australia First flagship of the Royal Australian Navy

Inscriptions & Markings

Imperial War Museum Photograph HMAS AUSTRALIA - RAN FLAGSHIP First flagship of the Royal Austrlian Navy 1913-1920 Sunk under the terms of the Washington Treaty 12th April 1924 This frame is if teak from her deck

Postcard

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard with a sepia coloured photograph of St Kilda Esplanade. Handwritten message on back.

Historical information

From the album of WWI soldier William West (1268) of the 29 Infantry Battalion, 5th Pioneers Battalion. This collection of postcards, photographs and clippings were sent between William and his family and loved ones during the years he was on active service. See also 207 and 220.

Postcard

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Historical information

From the album of WWI soldier William West (1268) of the 29 Infantry Battalion, 5th Pioneers Battalion. This collection of postcards, photographs and clippings were sent between William and his family and loved ones during the years he was on active service. See also 207 and 220.

Cutlery Set

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Silver metal Spoon Knife and Fork set held together by attached metal clip

Historical information

General Defence item issued to Leonard Vorwerg Greaves - NS 3/772038 3103871 4/19 Prince of Wales Light Horse 6th Co., RASSC

Inscriptions & Markings

Hand engraved on knife - "GREAVES"

Framed poster

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Carved timber framed poster with rising sun crest with flags and columns of coloured symbols and shaped badges.

Historical information

WW1 Distinguishing badges colours and patches of the AIF

Inscriptions & Markings

The Great War 1914-1918 Colours & Patches Distinguishing Badges of the Australian Imperial Forces

Framed print - HMAS Melbourne

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Moulded patterned black plastic frame and mount containing black and white print of hand drawn ship at sea

Historical information

HMAS Melbourne - aircraft carrier

Inscriptions & Markings

The Majestic Melbourne Dedicated to those who served

Certificate of Discharge - John Brian Murray VX142238

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Cream coloured paper with black border with Australian Coat of Arms centre top of page.

Historical information

AMF Certificate of Discharge certifying VX 142238 Private John Brian Murray 57/60 Australian Infantry Battalion served with CMF 28/5/42 to 29/6/43 and AIF from 30/6/1943 to 8/8/1946.

Inscriptions & Markings

Certificate of Discharge - No 554111

Shield

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brown timber shield with silver metal banner and silver cast of golfer mounted on larger timber shield with 38 small metal shields with inscriptions.

Historical information

Wangaratta RSL golf tournament which commenced around 1949 to present

Inscriptions & Markings

Silver metal banner "Wangaratta RSL"

Framed print

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black timber frame containing coloured caricature of Army Officer saluting with flag in background.

Historical information

Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop

Inscriptions & Markings

Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop - Anzac Day 1993 Print No 455 of 500

Framed Dedication

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black plastic frame containing a dedication on black background with red and green joined square symbol

Historical information

2/1st North Australia Observer Unit 1942-1945 The Nackeroos - During the second World War the 2/1st North Australia Observer Unit guarded Northern Australia against Japanese incursions. The AIF unit established positions in remote ares and carried out patrols on foot and horseback, reporting back by wireless. A similar role is now carried out by the North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE)

Inscriptions & Markings

2/1st North Australia Observer Unit 1942-1945 The Nackeroos In memory of those who served Dedicated on 27 August 2008

Framed Medal - Gallipoli Star

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Timber look frame containing medal on yellow/blue/red ribbon and paper with black writing on grey cardboard surround.

Historical information

Gallipoli Star Medal 1914-1915 The Gallipoli Star was to be awarded to survivors of the Anzac landing but a political dispute of the exclusion of British Soldiers saw the idea withdrawn. This full size accurate replica was presented in the early 1990's to the remaining survivor of the 1915 Gallipoli landing.

Inscriptions & Markings

Gallipoli Star Medal 1914-1915 The Gallipoli Star was to be awarded to survivors of the Anzac landing but a political dispute of the exclusion of British Soldiers saw the idea withdrawn. This full size accurate replica was presented in the early 1990's to the remaining survivor of the 1915 Gallipoli landing.

Framed photocopy of Instrument of Surrender of Japanese Forces Singapore

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black frame with silver insert with glass of a photocopy of the Instrument of Surrender of the Japanese Forces. Script is in black on white paper with a red square seal at the bottom left, mounted on cream board.

Inscriptions & Markings

Instrument of surrender of Japanese Forces under the command or control of the Supreme Commander, Japanese Expeddtionary forces, southern regions within teh operational theatre of the Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia. Signed at Singapore at 0341 hours (G.M.T.) on 12 September, 1945.

Framed Certificate - Private Sydney PLUM

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Burgandy wooden frame with sand coloured mounting of a certificate of thanks and appreciation from Borough of Wangaratta to Pte Sydney S PLUM. At the top of the certificate, it has the Australian and Union Jack flags entwined over some wattle. At the bottom it has the rising sun surrounded by a wreath with two crossed rifles underneath. To the bottom right there is a large red leather seal. Mounted beneath the certificate is a black plaque. On the back is a typed history of S.Plum.

Historical information

On back of frame is a typed history of Sydney Spencer Plum. Private 1st Pioneer Battalion A.I.F, Born January 3rd 1894 at Dockers Plains. Father's name Albert F Plum. Mother's name Mary Plum. He was educated at North Wangaratta and Docker's Plains State School. He was a blacksmith when he enlisted June 12th 1915. He was trained at Flemington Racecourse and embarked on SS "Nestor" October 11th 1915. He fought in battles; Peronne, Cambrai, Somme. Being wounded 3 times. He embarked for home per SS "Orontes"; disembarked January 28th 1919 and he was discharged March 16th 1919. Later, he entered the service of the Victorian Railways Department.

Inscriptions & Markings

Plaque is inscribed: 3451A Pte Sydeny Spencer Plum. 1st Pioneer Battalion A.I.F. Served 12/6/1915 to 16/3/1919. Peronne, Cambrai and Somme. Born 3/1/1894 - Died 25/7/1958. Certificate: For King & Empire, Borough of Wangaratta. The Mayor, Councillors, and Ratepayers of the Borough of Wangaratta hereby place on record their Thanks and Appreciation for the conduct of S.S.Plum who served his King and Country in the Great War, which commenced 4th August 1914. In Witness Whereof the Corporate Seal of the Municipality is hereto attached in the presence of Mayor, Town Clerk. He answered his country's call. D.W Patterson Co PTY LTD 495 Collins St Melb

Leather Belt with Large Buckle

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Dark brown leather belt with large rusted buckle. Belt is made up of three bits of leather, sewn together.

Inscriptions & Markings

Nil

Brass Shell Casing

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brass shell casing 1955 40 ml. and gold coloured plaque with black writing.

Inscriptions & Markings

40mm. MK4. LOT 428 MF A^N 1955. Plaque: Bofers 40mm Mk II Anti-Aircraft Gun Dated 1955.

Tin containing personal papers

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Coloured metal tin depicting English cottage scene containing poems and a letter

Historical information

Letter dated 5.9.1945 from Jack Corrigan of Lower Buckland via Porepunkah to Jim. Poem entitled Wishful Thinking handwritten on Salvation Army/ACF/YMCA paper (in duplicate) Poem entitled My Prayer handwritten in pencil on lined paper. Two newspaper photos - soldiers wading through river / japanese prisoners of war

Inscriptions & Markings

Letter dated 5.9.1945 from Jack Corrigan of Lower Buckland via Porepunkah to Jim. Poem entitled Wishful Thinking handwritten on Salvation Army/ACF/YMCA paper (in duplicate) Poem entitled My Prayer handwritten in pencil on lined paper.

Envelope Art

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Cream paper envelope with coloured sketch of waterfall from mountains

Historical information

WW2 Envelope Art

Inscriptions & Markings

Top left - BY AIR MAIL Top right - postage stamp Left side - AIF Censor stamp Right side - Mrs M MacDonald "Monald" 32 Grey Street Wangaratta Victoria Australia

Unframed mounted photograph

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black and white photograph mounted on dark grey cardboard depicting three rows of soldiers wearing bush hats and front row holding rifles

Historical information

Photograph taken in May 1916 of 4th Platoon whilst at Wangaratta Training Camp prior to travelling by train to Seymour Camp. Known members of Platoon are local men Frank Newton 2378 and Harry Whitty 2170 of Whitfield who served in France with the 37th Infantry Bn and later discharged on 14/8/1918.

Inscriptions & Markings

4th Platoon "Wangaratta Training Centre" May1916 Hand written in biro on mount left side "Frank Newton" and above photograph "Harry Whitty"

Italian Flag

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Large Italian flag with green, white and red vertical panels of equal size defaced with the Savoyan coat of arms, a red shield with white cross bordered with blue. Three two-piece hoist ties on the green side. Panels are sewn together from separate pieces of fabric. The shield appears to have been printed directly onto the white panel. The edges are hemmed.

Historical information

This was the official state flag of Italy used by Italian armed forces during WWII. The tri-colour flag with the emblem of the former Royal House of Savoy was the first national flag and lasted for 85 years until the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946. Soldiers' inscriptions on the flag suggest that it was capture from Italian troops during the Battle of El Alamein on 9 July 1942. The service numbers tell us that these soldiers served in the 2/24th Battalion from Wangaratta. Walter Edward PARKER VX34529 Lancelot HALL VX32047 DOB 25/10/1904 Mildura Greville Egerton DENNYS Capt. NX4731 DOB 4/3/1917 Enl 27/10/1939 GC GREEN VX21968

Inscriptions & Markings

There are several handwritten inscriptions on the coat of arms in red and blue/black ink detailing the name and service numbers of different soldiers. Not all of the writing is legible. Legible texts reads: "VX32047 / L HALL / ALAMEINE / 9.7.42" "VX21968 / G Green" "VX?45?? / W PARKER / ALAMEIN" - "NX4731 Greville Denys"

Postcard

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard with a drawing of a bulldog with a small sausage dog in its mouth. Handwritten message on back.

Historical information

From the album of WWI soldier William West (1268) of the 29 Infantry Battalion, 5th Pioneers Battalion. This collection of postcards, photographs and clippings were sent between William and his family and loved ones during the years he was on active service. See also 207 and 220.

Inscriptions & Markings

Front: "Got him!"

Photograph

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black and white unframed photograph of large group of males and females in front of stage with flag in background

Historical information

Returned Soldier's Ball held in Wangaratta on 9th August 1937

Inscriptions & Markings

A momento of the Ret. Soldiers Ball Wangaratta 9.8.37

8th Light Horse Coloured Patch

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Two woollen patches of the 8th Light Horse Regiment. Both patches are for the right arm. They are blue and yellow on the diagonal, with yellow being at the bottom. Has white woollen cloth on the back.

Inscriptions & Markings

Nil

Framed Medals - Lt Allan R Stewart

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Two metal medals mounted on a framed backing board

Historical information

Two service medals awarded to Lt Allan R Stewart VX114312 of 124 Aust. Special Hospital

Inscriptions & Markings

Plaque: VX 114312 Lt Allan R Stewart 124 Aust. Special Hospital Enlisted 23rd October 1942 Discharged 15th May 1946

Framed Cloth

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brown timber frame with beige mount containing hand drawing of a koala in a blue diamond on cloth

Historical information

Hand drawing on cloth by Private Edward Joseph Curran 24th Battalion possibly made in New Guinea during WW2

Inscriptions & Markings

Cloth containing Koala in a blue diamond with boomerang with the words "I Hold Fast" written on it. Plaque with the inscription of "Private Edward Joseph Curran 24th Infantry Battalion Australian Imperial Force - New Guinea and Bougainville"

Embroidered Card

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

White rectangular bi-fold card with window mounted embroidery of the colours and flags of different countries in the shape of 1918. Inside is glossy paper with decorative flowers and printed and handwritten messages. Bound with yellow ribbon.

Historical information

Card from WWI soldier posted in France to W. West.

Inscriptions & Markings

Front: "1918 / souvenir from France" (embroidered) "Merry Christmas" (printed)

Medallion

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Round Gold coloured medallion attached to rectangular bar

Historical information

Gift from the Government to the children of Victoria on the occasion of the 1954 Royal Visitx

Inscriptions & Markings

Bar - Presented to the Children by the Government of Victoria Medallion - ER Royal Visit 1954 Victoria

Badges RAASC x 3

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Large plastic silver button. Plastic silver seven point star shaped badge with crown on top. Plastic silver RAASC badge.

Inscriptions & Markings

Button has RAASC, ER on front. Stokes Melb on back Star has Royal Australian Army Services Corps, ER, Honu Soit Qui Mal Y Pense on front. S. Wann & Hudson on back. RAASC has nil.

Framed print - Catalina Flying Boat

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Gold painted embossed metal frame with cream coloured mount containing watercolour painting of plane on water

Historical information

Watercolour painting of Catalina Flying Boat by unknown artist

Inscriptions & Markings

Catalina Flying Boat Royal Australian Air Force

Badge

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Gold coloured metal badge round in shape with rising sun in centre and crown on top

Historical information

Dept of Defence badge issued to service personnel on return from active service.

Inscriptions & Markings

Issued by Dept of Defence Returned from Active Service C11796 - stamped on rear

Sterilising Outfit

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Small black tin with white writing.

Inscriptions & Markings

Sterilizing outfit for use with water bottles (keep dry)

Framed Photograph - L.Cpl. Harold Prest M.M.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brown timber frame containing photograph of male in civilian attire wearing World War 1 RAS Badge and Military Medal.

Historical information

L.Cpl. Harold Pearson PREST 1334 served with the 37th Infantry Battalion in World War 1 and was awarded the Military Medal for gallantry action on October 4th 1917 at Ypres. He enlisted at Wangaratta and records indicate he resided at that time in Roy Street Wangaratta. Harold returned to Australia on 20/12/1917.

Inscriptions & Markings

None

Badge - 8th Cav Regiment

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Square gold badge with grey enamel in the middle. 8th Light Horse patch colours of yellow and blue, in the centre with gold writing underneath.

Inscriptions & Markings

On front: 8th Cav Regiment, under the 8th Lighthorse colour patch On back: Nichol

Unframed Photograph

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Unframed black and white photograph of soldier with base drum facing three soldiers one wearing slouch hat, one wearing peak hat both behind soldier wearing beret

Historical information

General MONTGOMERY with escorts Drum Major W.A. SIMPKINS and Major General CLOWES inspecting Southern Command Military Band at Essendon Airport in 1947

Inscriptions & Markings

Back of Photograph - General Montgomery at Essendon Airport 1947 - inspecting Southern Command Military Band Escorts - Drum Major W Simpkins and Major General CLOWES

Discharge Certificate - Private Ernest LUCAS 88379 Middlesex Regt.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Off white coloured cardboard document with black and red printing

Historical information

Discharge certificate dated 18.5.1919 belonging to Private Ernest LUCAS 88399 Royal Defence Corps Middlesex Regiment.

Inscriptions & Markings

Discharge Certificate in name of Private Ernest LUCAS 88379 Royal Defence Corps - Middlesex Regiment. Discharged on 18th of May 1919.

Unframed Photograph

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black and white photograph of eight soldiers mounted on horseback

Historical information

Photograph of soldiers wearing slouch hat and holding rifles mounted on horseback - most likely Victorian Mounted Rifle contingent.

Inscriptions & Markings

Handwritten top left corner "Contingent"

Framed photo of Life Member Gordon Barnard

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Timber framed photo of Life Member - Gordon BARNARD

Historical information

Joined R.A.A.F. 1943. Served in Australia and S.W.P.A with the 8th Airfield Construction Unit. Joined Wangaratta Sub-Branch in 1947. Served as RSL State Councillor, Past President of 34th Dist. Board and member of Legacy for ten years. Made life member in 1987

Inscriptions & Markings

GORDON BARNARD Joined R.A.A.F in 1943. Joined Wangaratta Sub-Branch in 1947. Served on the committee for many years and was made a Life Member in 1987

Framed poster - Tobruk

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brown timber frame containing poster with Map in centre and circles in each corner with images of soldiers and one symbol on light blue background

Historical information

Siege of Tobruk 1914

Inscriptions & Markings

Siege of Tobruk April- Dec 1914

Sketch - Football Team

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Light blue line note paper listing names on one side and reverse side has oval shape marked with names written in pencil.

Historical information

Aussie rules football match between D Coy and C Coy played at 1.30 on 7-12-1940 at unknown location. Numerous names and nicknames listed

Inscriptions & Markings

1.30 D Coy V C Coy 7-12-1940 Two columns marked "President and Officials" followed by names Reverse side - "Team"- followed by two columns of nicknames and names some with signatures in ink.

Framed Poster - HMAS Sydney

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black plastic frame with grey mount containing poster/photograph of Navy crew on ship and in foreground.

Historical information

DVA commemorative poster to HMAS Sydney 19 November 1941

Inscriptions & Markings

top left corner - Lest We Forget Bottom of print - HMAS SYDNEY 19 November, 1941

Hand Grenade - Vietnam War

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Australian Hand Grenade inert from Vietnam 1960

Framed Print

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Dark timber frame with gold edging of Aussie Diggers and campaign ribbons 1901-2001. Rising Sun badge on top centre, Australian Flag left top corner. All campaign ribbons across the bottom

Inscriptions & Markings

The Australian Army 1901-2001 "The Spirit - Ordinary people - Extraordinary Service"

Framed photographs - Private Henry Jones and Arthur Stribley

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black plastic frame containing two black and white photographs one depicting three men and the other of a Hospital Ward.

Historical information

Photo of Henry Jones from King Valley- VX48340 2/23rd Battalion and Arthur Stribley from Wangaratta- VX29652 2/24th Battalion with Bill (surname unknown) Photo of soldiers convalescing in hospital ward in Alexandria Egypt - Private Jones was twice wounded in action.

Inscriptions & Markings

Taken in Alexandria while in hospital after being wounded in Tobruk. Arthur Stribley Wangaratta 2/24th Left side of photo Harry Jones in the middle 2/23rd Battalion Arthur Stribley. Harry Jones. Bill *************** Photo of Hospital Ward in Alexandria

Framed Postcards - Private S Chandler

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Six POW postcards in a wooden frame on a cardboard background. Postcards printed by Imperial Japanese Army for POW's to send to families, describing their health and living conditions.

Historical information

Six postcards sent by Private Stanley Pascoe CHANDLER VX57554 to his mother Christina Chandler in Wahgunyah Victoria. Chandler was born in Wahgunyah and enlisted on the 11/6/1941 at Royal Park in Victoria. Chandler served with the 2/2nd Pioneer Battalion and was a Prisoner of War in Burma during WW2. The post cards were printed by the Imperial Japanese Army for POW's to send home that describes the good climate, food, medicine and clothes. They also allow room for a brief message. Chandler wrote that he was interred with his friend Frank Allen, received 10 cents per day and has not had any illness.

Inscriptions & Markings

Postcards have messages home, "Dear Mother, prisoner of war, unwounded and well. Hope all well at home. Love and kisses Stan".

Button

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Small gold coloured Australian Military Forces button.

Inscriptions & Markings

On front: Map of Australia with a crown on top. On back: Stokes Melb

Framed Document - Japanese Surrender - Morotai 9 September 1945

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Black plastic frame containing 7 photographs on cream coloured paper document on black mount.

Historical information

Paper document of Formal Surrender of Second Japanese Army to General Sir Blamey Commander in Chief AMF Surrender of Japanese Forces Address Delivered by General Sir Thomas Blamey to Lt General Teshima Second Japanese Army - Morotai 9th September 1945

Significance

Surrender of Japanese Forces 1945

Inscriptions & Markings

Donated by Jean Hughes of Wangaratta on behalf of her husband ROWLAND J HUGHES VX 51510

Framed buttons and badges

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

carved gold coloured metal frame with green mount containing 3 silver and 2 green badges 8 large and 7 small gold coloured buttons on tartan cloth background.

Historical information

37th-52rd Australian Infantry Battalion Affilitated with The Queens "Own" Cameron Highlanders

Inscriptions & Markings

37th-52rd Australian Infantry Battalion Affilitated with The Queens "Own" Cameron Highlanders

Embroidered Postcard

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

White rectangular postcard with embroidered numbers representing flags and colours of different countries.

Historical information

Postcard from WWI soldier William West (1268) of the 29 Infantry Battalion, 5th Pioneers Battalion while posted in France to his family at home.

Inscriptions & Markings

Front: "1914 / 1915 / 1916 / 1917" "Souvenir from France" (embroidered)

Bell

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Brass Bell made from artillery shell casing

Medal in white box - Corporal Percy Kiely

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

T shape medal in silver metal with cream coloured ribbon with red and light blue strip

Historical information

The Tobruk Siege Medal known as the "T" medal was issued to Australian, British, Indian, New Zealand & Polish troops who were in action during the Siege of Tobruk between April & December 1941. The Tobruk Siege Medal is an unofficial award issued by the "Rats of Tobruk" Association in 1977. It is to be worn on the right breast, and not mounted with official or state / federal awards. Medal awarded to Corporal Percy Angus KIELY VX48300 of Upper Edi DOB 30/1/1906 DOD 25/4/44 Buried Albury - Enlisted Wangaratta and served with 2/23 Battalion.

Significance

limited edition unofficial service medal

Inscriptions & Markings

Tobruk Seige 1941