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CreatorHurley, Frank, 1885-1962
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Level of DescriptionCollection
Date of Work
Type of MaterialGraphic Materials
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Issue CopyDigitised :
Physical Description Photographs : 125 photographs, sepia toned ; images approx. 28 x 37 cm. - 37 x 28 cm., on mounts approx. 45 x 51.5 cm. - 51.5 x 45 cm. Includes 6 outsize mounted photographs 71.5 x 91 cm. or smaller.
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Source
Copying ConditionsOut of copyright - Created before 1955
Finding AidsExhibition catalogue by Capt. F. Hurley
General Note
NameHurley, Frank, 1885-1962
SubjectWorld War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Egypt.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Palestine.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Western Front
World War, 1914-1918 -- Photography.
Topiccampaigns & battles
photomontages
shows & exhibitions
wars
PersonsAdult Males
Exhibited inWorld without end : photography and the 20th century - Nos. 33,46,79
Icon and Archive : Australian war photography 1860 - 1945 - Nos. 9,13,33,122
A living collection - No. 79
Elegance in exile - PXD 22/nos. 2,6,8,9
Life Interrupted: Personal Diaries from World War I
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PXD 19/no. 02: A Battery of 18 pounders cleaning up preparatory to going into line / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 19/no. 09: The Battle-Scarred Barracks, Ypres. Australian Infantry awaiting orders to take over the line / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 19/no. 11: Infantry marching ahead in single file to the front line. Along the sky line a train of mules is carrying ammunition forward to the light guns. All around may be seen the wastage of battle which typifies Westhoek / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 20/no. 18: Infantry moving forward to take over the front line at evening, reflected in a rain-filled mine crater, Hooge / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 20/no. 19: "Zero Hour" Study of a 6in. Howitzer operating in a barrage / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 20/no. 20: "The Subjugator." A mighty Howitzer pounding away at the Hindenburg line / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 20/no. 21: A Hun Pill-box amid surroundings characteristic of the Ypres salient. Pill-boxes were built of concrete with sides 4 to 5 feet thick / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 20/no. 23: Laying a duckboard track. During the campaign on the Western Front, it was impossible, during the wet weather, to move from place to place, except by keeping to the duckboards / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 21/no. 26: 54 Battery Australian Seige Artillery in Action / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
PXD 21/no. 27: Surrounded by invisible death. Australian gunners of the 55th Siege Battery working during a gas attack / taken by Capt. F. Hurley, August 1917- August 1918
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