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Photograph - 'Landing of Gabatepe Dardenelles', Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, World War I, 25 Apr 1915 Image Reg. No: ST 036529

Summary:
Photograph of Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 1915. Shows landing jetties and stores on beach with dugouts above.
Description:
Monochrome photographic print on paper mounted on buff backing board
Description Of Content:
Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, 1915. Shows landing jetties and stores on beach with dugouts above. Sepia toned photograph on cardboard mount. Written on back, 'Butterfly Fowler Cape Ellis 29th division- present address Mr G Fowler Lincoln Rd, Saxilby, Lincoln,England. Anzac landing of Gabatepe Dardenelles April 25th, 1915'.
Acquisition Information:
Donation & Subsequent Transfer from Returned Servicemen's League of Australia Limited (RSL) Victorian Branch, 1983
Acknowledgement:
Museum Victoria
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 153 mm (Height), 222 mm (Width)
Dimension Comment: Dimensions of the photograph only

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Tagged with: world war i 1914-1918, military memorabilia, anzac day, militaria australian
Themes this item is part of: Life During World War I in Photographs, Arms Collection, Images & Image Making Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection
Primary Classification: MILITARY HISTORY
Secondary Classification: Service
Tertiary Classification: images (to be classified)
Inscriptions: Handwritten on back in blue ink: 'Butterfly Fowler / Cape Ellis / 29th Division / present address / Mr G Fowler / Lincoln Rd, / Saxilby / Lincoln / England.'
Handwritten on back in blue ink: 'ANZAC / LANDING / OF / GABATEPE / DARDENELLES / APRIL 25TH / 1915'
Format: Photograph: Monochrome
Place & Date Depicted: Gallipoli Peninsula, Dardanelles, Turkey, 25 Apr 1915

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