Dwyer and Mackay
Group of soldiers in front of tents wearing fancy dress holding sign which reads "Palace de Bugs" at "Mungari Camp. (Dwyer register)
|Medium Format:||16.5x21.6 cm. / 6.5x8.5 inch|
|Original Legal Broker:||Museum of the Goldfields - MOG; Golden Mile Museum|
Man kneeling (left) with "E" on shirt, identified as Reuben Nicholas Lane by daughter Mrs Iris Smith 6E parklane, 21 Park Ave, Crawley 6009. Mr Lane's family arrived in Goldfields in late 1890s.
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