Portable Electric Lighting Equipment for the First Australian General Hospital for use at the Dardanelles for Hospital Illumination and X Ray Apparatus

Maker
Sutherland & Ashman, Melbourne
Date
1914-1918
Description
Sepia photographic montage, inscribed, 'Portable Electric Lighting Equipment for the First Australian General Hospital, for use at the Dardanelles for Hospital Illumination and X Ray Apparatus. Donated by the Kew Town Council, Supplied by Sutherland & Ashman, Melbourne.' Five photographs. Hand-painted inscription and council insignia.





Item originally donated by Miss M. Johnson in July 1972.
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Object detail

Date
Medium
photomontage, paint and ink
Measurements
49.8 x 70.6 x 0.6 cm
Accession Number
MHM04263
Credit line
Loaned by the Australian Medical Association, Victorian Branch in 1994, then donated in 2011
Inscriptions
inscriptions ▫ by hand, 'Portable Electric Lighting/Equipment/for the/First Australian General Hospital/for use at the Dardanelles for Hospital Illumination/and X Ray Apparatus./DONATED BY THE KEW TOWN COUNCIL/ Supplied by/Sutherland & Ashman, Melbourne.'
endorsement ▫ by hand, 'Town of Kew/Victoria'
Named Collection
Medical History Museum Category

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