Who is he : Finding your First World War Soldier

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A brief description of some of the methods and tools we at the State Library of South Australia have used to identify the soldiers in our Chamberalin Collection of WWI portraits.

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  • Who is he : Finding your First World War Soldier

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    2. 2. Chamberlain Collection 633 Glass Plate Negatives (543 AIF Portraits) 383 ‘Chits’
    3. 3. Who is he? http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/search/index.aspx
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    30. 30. Who is he? No. 1221 Private Harry Victor Turner, born Caltowie, South Australia, 10 May 1894. Enlisted 16th Infantry Battalion at Morphettville 14 September 1914. Wounded in action at Gallipoli 27 April 1915. Returned to Australia. Died 13 December 1953. Buried Centennial Park.
    31. 31. Prepared by: Jenny Scott, Content Services Librarian Scott.Jenny@slsa.sa.gov.au Phone: 08 8207 7344 For More Information State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000 Phone: (08) 8207 7250 www.slsa.sa.gov.au

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