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Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch Wangaratta, Victoria

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1 Victoria Parade Wangaratta Victoria 3677 (map)
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+61 (03) 5721 2051

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Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday: 10.00 - 22.00 Friday - Saturday: 10.00 - 00.00 Sunday: 10.30 - 22.00

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No entry free.

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1 Victoria Parade Wangaratta Victoria

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Photograph

Key words

ww2
japanese surrender
borneo
hmas burdekin

Black and white photograph of japanese officer standing at table

Historical information

OFF SAMARINDA, BORNEO. 1945-09-08. JAPANESE OFFICER WITNESSING SIGNING OF SURRENDER OF THE JAPANESE FORCES IN DUTCH BORNEO ON THE QUARTERDECK OF THE FRIGATE HMAS BURDEKIN.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Key words

album
photo album
newspaper clippings
postcard
wwi
photograph
kew
the queen's cottage

Postcard with a black and white photograph of a cottage in a garden setting

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 "the Queen's cottage, Kew"

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Key words

album
photo album
newspaper clippings
postcard
wwi
creswick

Postcard with a sepia coloured drawing of a banner and ornate cornucopian bouquet of flowers and grains. 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

"Greetings from Creswick"

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Box

Key words

awla

Black box containing gold star shaped badge with red crown above Australian coat of arms

Historical information

Badge received by Dorothy Kiely in 2012 on the 70th anniversary of the Australian Women's Land Army. The Australian Women’s Land Army (AWLA) was formed during the Second World War to combat rising labour shortages in the farming sector. From December 1941, when Japan entered the war, the nation’s need to build up its armed forces was placed above the needs of other industries. Agricultural labour was steadily diverted to the armed services and war industry To meet the shortfall in rural labour, State and private women’s land organisations were organised, modelled on those established in Great Britain during the First and Second World Wars. A national body was formed on 27 July 1942 under the jurisdiction of the Director General of Manpower. While policy was devised by the Commonwealth Government, the organisation of the AWLA remained State-based. An extensive recruiting campaign was undertaken for new members. Most members of the existing land armies were later incorporated into the AWLA as well.

Inscriptions & Markings

Badge:-Australian Women's Land Army 70th Anniversary 2012 Box:- top in gold lettering 70th Anniversary of the Australian Women's Land Army

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Badge

Key words

rsl
lapel pin

Gold lapel badge with red white and blue enamel.

Historical information

RSL Lapel Pin V13056 - issued to Dorothy Kiely

Inscriptions & Markings

Returned & Services League Australia rear - V13056

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Minature Model Aircraft

Key words

model airplanes

Sopworth Seaplane. Small yellow & khaki plane with blue, white & red stars on top wing. Has two wings on top of each other & skis instead of wheels.

Historical information

One of a collection of 25 model aircraft made by Brian Anthony DOWD late of Eldorado

Inscriptions & Markings

2 on sides.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Minature Model Aircraft

Key words

model airplanes
stearman

Stearman Trainer. Silver bi-plane with blue & white circle on one top wing & on both sides.

Historical information

One of a collection of 25 model aircraft made by Brian Anthony DOWD late of Eldorado

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Key words

album
photo album
newspaper clippings
postcard
wwi
creswick
st kilda baths
st kilda
sea baths

Colour postcard with a photograph of the St Kilda Baths. 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.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Photograph

Key words

2/24th battalion
tarakan
ww2

Reproduced black and white photograph of distant village in countryside

Historical information

Image appears to be of rural village and outlying buildings on Tarakan Island

Significance

The 2/24th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army, which served during World War II .A unit of all-volunteers, it was formed in July 1940 from primarily Victorian volunteers and was known as "Wangaratta's Own" because of the time the battalion spent in the town during its formative period prior to deployment overseas. It served in North Africa in 1941–1942 as part of the 26th Brigade, which was assigned to the 7th Division, before being reassigned to the 9th Division. In early 1943, the battalion returned to Australia and later took part in campaigns against the Japanese in New Guinea in 1943–1944 and Borneo in 1945, before being disbanded in 1946. The 2/24th suffered the highest number of casualties of any 2nd AIF infantry battalion. The Unit was granted the Freedom of the City by the Rural City of Wangaratta in 1996 and one of the first, if not the first, to receive this type of honour.

Inscriptions & Markings

On rear - Tarakan

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Key words

album
photo album
newspaper clippings
postcard
wwi
children
baby

Postcard with black and white photograph of five children next to a bassinet

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.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Box - HMAS Voyager

Key words

hmas
voyager

Cream painted wooden box with metal hinges. There is an inscription and ship on the lid and autographs written in ink on the underside of the lid.

Historical information

Item gifted to Ron Cochrane who was a member of the Navy commissioning team of HMAS Voyager. Constructed between 1949 and 1957, Voyager was the first ship of her class to enter Australian service, and the first all-welded ship to be built in Australia. HMAS Voyager was a Daring-class destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), that was lost in a collision in 1964. Ron Cochrane R46195 served with the Royal Australian Navy between 1951 and 1957 and served on numerous ships including HMAS Voyager between 6/2 - 6/10/1957. He was born on 20/3/1933 at Ballarat East.

Significance

During the night of 10 February 1964, Voyager and the aircraft carrier HMAS Melbourne collided off Jervis Bay, when the destroyer passed in front of the carrier during post-refit sea trials. Voyager was cut in two by the collision, sinking with the loss of 82 of the 314 people aboard. This was the largest loss of Australian military personnel in peacetime, and the subsequent investigations resulted in the holding of two Royal Commissions—the only time in Australian history this has occurred.

Inscriptions & Markings

On top of lid - HMAS Voyager 1957 On bottom: Bills, bills and more bills !!!!!! Dotted line R Cochrane

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Envelope Art

Key words

ww2
envelope art

Cream paper envelope with sketch of a soldier in bed and a nurse

Historical information

One of several illustrated envelopes, without letter, sketched by soldier/s during the second world war and sent to Mrs MacDonald of Wangaratta

Significance

Victoria's 2/24th Infantry Battalion was raised in Wangaratta in July 1940. They were welcomed with open arms by the local community as they rapidly built up their numbers. The people of Wangaratta adopted the Battalion and they became known as "Wangaratta's Own" because of the time the battalion spent in the town during its formative period prior to deployment overseas. Many of the soldiers maintained life long friendships with the people of Wangaratta. Even though the Battation was disbanded in 1946 members and their families return each year, in November, for a commemorative service at the 2/24th Battalion Memorial Wall at the Wangaratta Cemetery.

Inscriptions & Markings

Top left - "The reason for not writing sooner" Top right - postage stamp Left side - AIF Censor stamp Right side - Mrs M MacDonald "Monald" 32 Grey Street Wangaratta Victoria Australi Rear - Red cross

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Honour Board - South Wangaratta School and District

Key words

south wangaratta
honour board
ww1

Timber Honour Board containing 48 names within two side columns

Historical information

The original South Wangaratta Primary School served the district for over 110 years and closed in December 1985 before moving to new premises. When the school closed in 1989 and with the demise of the South Wangaratta Hall due to flooding in the 1990's the Honour Board was wrapped in a blanket and stored in a shed for the best part of 10 years before being donated to the Wangaratta RSL for safekeeping and permanent display These listed men were either born, worked or enlisted at Wangaratta prior to serving their country in the First World War. Private William John LAW 1221 - 19 years - Born Murchison in Victoria. Occupation Carpenter Next of Kin - Father John Wilson LAW of Wangaratta Joined 2-3-1916 Enlisted at Wangaratta Unit 37th Battalion. Embarked Melbourne 3-6-1916 HMAT Persic A34 Discharged 21-9-1919. Private Joseph Henry LAW 986 - 21 years Born Euroa in Victoria Occupation Labourer Next of Kin - Mother Mrs Robert (Esther) LAW of Yatte Yattah - 18 NSW Joined 29-3-1915 Enlisted at Wangaratta Unit 24th Battalion. Embarked Melbourne 10-5-1915 HMAT Euripidies A14 Killed in Action 29-7-1916 France. Private Norman William FOSTER 7785 -18 1/2 years - Born Wangaratta Occupation Labourer Next of Kin - Sister Mrs William (Florence) McLean of Wangaratta Joined 15-7-1915 Enlisted at Melbourne Unit 54th Battalion Killed in Action 1-9-1918 France Private James Archibald McCORMICK 3195 - 19 years Born Wangaratta Occupation Engineer Next of Kin Father Samuel McCormick Enlisted Melbourne 27-7-1915 Embarked 26/11/1915 Unit 24th Battalion Killed in Action 5-8-1916 France Private Roland Caractacus HUGHES 3134(3131) - 20 years 5 months Born Wangaratta Occupation Blacksmith Next of Kin Father Roland W Hughes Joined 21-10-1915 Enlisted at Seymour 7th REIN 24th Battalion Embarked 26-11-1915 Wounded - GSW Leg and thigh RTA Discharged 11-10-1917 Private James Kelly O'CALLAGHAN 1250 - 22 years Born Mansfield Occupation Labourer Next of Kin Father John O'Callaghan Swanpool via Benalla Joined 6-3-1916 Enlisted at Wangaratta 37th/59th Battalions Embarked 3-6-1916 Wounded GSW Face and arm. RTA 30-1-1918 Discharged 2-7-1918 Private Samuel William DAVISON 6793 - 22 years 5 months Born Benalla Occupation Baker - Employer A Watson of Wangaratta Next of Kin Mother Mrs Ellen Tutty of South Wangaratta Enlisted Melbourne 3-1-1917 21/24th Battalions Embarked 11-5-1917 Wounded 9-8-1918 GSW Arm RTA 16-4-1920 (with wife) Discharged 26-7-1920 Private William Leslie HUNTER (Depot) 18 years 2 months Born Yan Yean Occupation Farmer/Labourer Next of Kin Father William James Hunter of Wangaratta Joined 18-2-1916 Enlisted Wangaratta 3-4-1916 Discharged at Seymour on 26-5-1916 Medically Unfit due to Diabetes

Significance

The honour board was made by John Wilson LAW and presented to the South Wangaratta School and District to honour the men who served in the First World War. John Wilson LAW was the father of two those who served.

Inscriptions & Markings

Top "School & District/Roll of Honour/South Wangaratta/For King & Country" Bottom 'The Great War/Presented by JW LAW. ESQ./1914 to 1919"

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Newspaper - Guinea Gold

Key words

guinea gold
ww2

Two page cream coloured newspaper with black print.

Historical information

Two page newspaper containing news from home.

Inscriptions & Markings

Australian Edition Guinea Gold Volume 3 No 221 Thursday June 28 1945

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Book - World War 1 Honour Board - Milawa Primary School 737

Key words

ww1
honour board
milawa state school

White and red book with blue wording and photograph of school children at a cenotaph

Historical information

In 2005 the children of Grades 4,5 and 6 of Milawa Primary School researched and compiled personal stories, photographs and service records to honour those listed on the Milawa State School WW1 Honour Board. Inside rear cover contains a colour patch index to the following:- Andrew Robert BARRIE 3757/ Ralph Augustus CECIL 1677/ John COLEMAN 4089/ Arthur John Victor CULPH 896/ Edward Heathcote CULPH 2629(1447)/ Henry John CULPH 3108/ Thomas Wilson CULPH 34A/ Edward Frederick DOIG 3991/ Ernest Hugh DOIG 2937/ John Harold FOWLER 4488/ William Joseph FOWLER 3233/ Howard Fraser GRANT 7077/ Joseph Henry HOWELL 7247/ Frederick John HUMPHREY 2472/ Stanley Gordon HUMPHREY 3553/ Roy Curtis KENNEDY 5401/ Charles James KETTLE 29741/ Michael McGRORY 5390/ Ernest Phillip McPHEE 50339/ Stanley Charles McPHEE 3741/ Thomas MURDOCH Lieut/ William Lawrence PURDON 3223/ Ludin James ROBERTSON 980/ William Francis ROBERTSON 981/ Harold Ernest THOMAS 966/ George Ernest Vincent WOODBERRY 2173.

Inscriptions & Markings

Book is dedicated to all the service men and women in the Australian Armed Forces who continually strive to protect the Australian way of life.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Bicycle

Green coloured bicycle with kit

Historical information

Dispatch riders bicycle

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Badges RAASC x 3

Key words

australian buttons
australian army
australia military badges
buttons
army corps
royal army corps
australian royal army corps

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.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Postcard

Key words

album
photo album
newspaper clippings
postcard
wwi
magpie
currawong
kookaburra
emu
kangaroo
australia

Colour postcard, blue / green colour scheme. Map of Australia in central frame surrounded by native Australian animals in a bush setting: kangaroo, emu, currawong / magpie, kookaburra. Above them is a rising sun. The central frame is actually a flap but whatever it may have concealed beneath is now lost. 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.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Buttons - Australian Military Forces

Key words

australian army
australia military badges
buttons
australian buttons
australian military forces buttons

Five small and three large buttons. Are a brass colour with Australian Military Forces written around the outside, a map of Australia in the middle with a crown on top.

Inscriptions & Markings

On front: Australian Military Forces. Also has the map of Australia with a crown on top, On back: P.J.King Pty Ltd, Melb.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Embroidered Postcard

Key words

wwi
postcard
embroidered postcard

White rectangular postcard with embroidered pink flower, green foliate and yellow rising sun decoration on front. Handwritten message on the back.

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.

Significance

Embroidered silk postcards were first made in 1900 for the Paris Exposition. The popularity of silk postcards peaked during the First World War 1914 - 1918.They were mostly embroidered by French women in their homes and then sent to the factories for cutting and mounting on cards. Many of the cards were illustrated with patriotic symbols, flags, slogans, or sentimental texts. During the First World War, many Allied officers and soldiers based in France sent silk embroidered postcards to their loved ones back home

Inscriptions & Markings

Front: "To my dear Wife" (embroidered) Back: "Best love from your loving / H[usband] ??????? France ???? 1919 / ???? presents / money on ??? to not / so you keep ?????"

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Army Education Journal - SALT

Key words

salt
army journal
ww2

Small red and blue journal with sketch of a soldier in a slouch hat holding two fingers up.

Historical information

Educational Journal published and distributed free fortnightly to Australian and Allied troops during WW2 1941-1946

Inscriptions & Markings

Vol 7 No 2 27 Sept, 1943 Special Second Birthday Issue

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Framed photographs and medals - Pte James and Leslie HANDLEY

Key words

handley
killed in action
ww1

Timber frame with rising sun badge, two coloured patches, two photographs of soldiers and 5 medals

Historical information

Photos, medals amd photographs of brothers Leslie and James HANDLEY both killed in action in FRANCE

Inscriptions & Markings

2458 Pte Leslie L HANDLEY 14th Battalion KILLED IN ACTION POZIERES 7th August 1916 2813 Pte James A. HANDLEY 38th Battalion KILLED IN ACTION THE SOMME 18th July 1918

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Diary - John William ELLIS

Key words

private john william ellis
24th battalion
ww1

Thin brown leather book with attached holder for pencil.

Historical information

Personal diary of John William ELLIS Born: Rupanyup. Home Town: Nyarrin Occupation: Farmer Private 5334 Enlisted 1915 aged 37 24th Battalion Fought on the Western Front. Wounded on 9/10/1917 at Ypres - gunshot wound to right leg and returned to Australia 16/4/1918. Diary entry ......"Oct 9 was in the charge this morning and got wounded ankle and arm".....

Significance

Diary contains principal events written in pencil between leaving Australia on the 10th April 1916 and arriving back in Melbourne on the 16th April, 1918.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Framed Photograph - 2/24 Battalion

Key words

2/24 battalion

Black plastic frame containing reproduced black and white photograph of soldiers formed in five rows. Soldiers are numbered with most names listed top left and below.

Historical information

Group photograph of the 2/24 Infantry Battalion Headquarters Company soldiers who served during WW2

Significance

The Battalion was raised in Wangaratta in June 1940 and known as Wangaratta's Own.

Inscriptions & Markings

2/24th Inf Bn Headquarters Company

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Photograph

Key words

domeof the rock
jerusalem

Black and white photograph of Australian Soldiers in front of arched columns with large dome building in background.

Historical information

A group of Australian soldiers being photographed outside "The Dome of the Rock" shrine in Jerusalem. During the Second World War, Palestine was under a British mandate and Australian and New Zealand soldiers were back helping the British army to stop the Germans from capturing Egypt and the Suez Canal. They fought alongside several Palestinian brigades enlisted into the British Army under The Palestine Regiment.

Significance

World famous "Dome of the Rock", site of the ancient temple of Solomon and now a Muslim shrine. During the 7th century it served as a testament to the power of the new faith of Islam. The Dome of the Rock is one of the earliest surviving buildings from the Islamic world. This remarkable building is not a mosque, as is commonly assumed and scholars still debate its original function and meaning.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Certificate of Identification - Gunner Barry Seymour

Light blue paper document with black writing

Historical information

AIF Certificate of Identification No 5901 belonging to Gunner Barry SEYMOUR 19825 Awarded MM in 1918 Enlisted 7/12/1915 - Enlistment terminated 8/9/1919

Inscriptions & Markings

Australian Imperial Force No 5901 Certificate of Identification - Gunner Barry Seymour 8th F.A.B. 3rd Div.

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Framed POW Postcards - Private S Chandler

Key words

pow
world war 2
burma
wahgunyah victoria
imperial japanese army
prisoner of war
stanley pascoe chandler

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. He was discharged on the 15/1/1946 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.

Significance

POWs were supposed to be able to communicate with their family at home through the International Red Cross under certain conditions. For example, they were limited to 100 letters. However, in reality it was impossible for them to communicate with family more than once or twice during the duration of imprisonment, and there were camps where the POWs were not allowed to communicate with the world outside the camp at all. The average number of cards which the Japanese allowed to be sent out was from four to five for the whole period of captivity, and only some of these reached their destinations.

Inscriptions & Markings

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

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Photograph

Key words

1937
wangaratta
returned soldier's ball

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 Captain Mulder and Jim Boyd were floor stewards. A special set of four couples in full regimental dress danced the Quadrilles and other set dances.

Significance

First Military Ball held in Wangaratta and due to its success it was decided to make it an annual event.

Inscriptions & Markings

A momento of the Ret. Soldiers Ball Wangaratta 9.8.37

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Photograph

Key words

2/24th battalion
wangaratta
rms strathmore
ww2

Reproduced photograph of ship at sea

Historical information

On 4 April 1935 the ship was launched by Elizabeth, Duchess of York, one of the daughters of the Earl of Strathmore, soon to become queen. In 1938 the ship brought the Australian cricket team, including Don Bradman, to England for the 1938 Ashes series On 31 March 1940, the vessel was requisitioned by the Ministry of War Transport, and served as a troop ship, with no major incidents in that role during the rest of the Second World War. The 2/24th Battalion raised in Wangaratta in July 1940 sailed for the Middle East on the troopship RMS "Strathmore" arriving in Palestine in December 1940.

Significance

The 2/24th Battalion was an infantry battalion of the Australian Army, which served during World War II .A unit of all-volunteers, it was formed in July 1940 from primarily Victorian volunteers and was known as "Wangaratta's Own" because of the time the battalion spent in the town during its formative period prior to deployment overseas. It served in North Africa in 1941–1942 as part of the 26th Brigade, which was assigned to the 7th Division, before being reassigned to the 9th Division. In early 1943, the battalion returned to Australia and later took part in campaigns against the Japanese in New Guinea in 1943–1944 and Borneo in 1945, before being disbanded in 1946. The 2/24th suffered the highest number of casualties of any 2nd AIF infantry battalion. The Unit was granted the Freedom of the City by the Rural City of Wangaratta in 1996 and one of the first, if not the first, to receive this type of honour.

Inscriptions & Markings

Strathmore carried 2/24

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta

Framed Sketch

Key words

rsl
70th anniversary

Silver plate frame with black mount containing RSL crest and sketch of Airman

Historical information

RSL of Australia 70th Anniversary Frame - commissioned artwork by Dick Evans

Significance

70th anniversary of the RSL Limited Edition Certificate of Authenticity attached to rear of frame

Inscriptions & Markings

"Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Returned Services League of Australia 1916-1986

Wangaratta RSL Sub Branch, Wangaratta