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Roll of Honour, Auckland Province (digital copy)

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  • Description
    WWI Roll of Honour for the Auckland Province
  • Identifier
    MS-2016-2, 2016/2
  • Collection area
  • Record richness

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    Roll of Honour, Auckland Province (digital copy)
  • Identifiers
    • MS-2016-2  (Reference Number)
    • 2016/2  (Registration Number)
  • Period
  • Available in
    World War One Sanctuary  (Location of original)
  • Description
    WWI Roll of Honour for the Auckland Province
  • Medium
    Digital file
  • Subject
  • Keywords
  • Associated material
    • MS-789
    • MS-93-139
  • Citation
    Roll of Honour, Auckland Province (digital copy), 1914 - 1919, Auckland War Memorial Museum Library, MS-2016-2 (V1, 71.7MB V2, 66.5MB)
  • Notes
    An electronic version of the WWI Roll of Honour, for the Auckland province, on display in the World War One Sanctuary. It is an alphabetical list of servicemen from the Auckland Province, giving information on regimental number, rank, honours, unit and next-of-kin. The original bound volumes were handwritten by Major Percival Beaumont Greenhough (service no.: 2/832), the illuminated frontispieces where created in gold leaf by Louise Tilsley and the bronze caskets they are displayed in where created by sculptor, Richard Gross. The volumes are written on parchment and were purchased by the Auckland Institute and Museum from the Auckland Provincial Roll of Honour Committee, in 1934.

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