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|Manuscript Name||Papers of Ian Hawkins Nicholson|
|Manuscript Number||MSS 223|
|Last Updated||October 2021|
|Extent||1.5 cm (1 folder, 1 box)|
|Location||Special Collections, UNSW Canberra|
|Abstract||This collection was collected by Ian Nicholson and includes eight postcards printed overseas about Australians taken at Gallipoli in 1914, during the Gallipoli Campaign, together with six single issues of Australia in the Great War : the story told in pictures, edited by H.C. Smart.|
Papers of Ian Hawkins Nicholson, Special Collections, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, MSS 223, Box [Number], Folder [Number].
Acquired by the Academy Library, UNSW Canberra from Ian Nicholson under the Cultural Gifts Program in 1990.
This collection originally included the of publication, listed below. The work have been catalogued separately, and added to the Library's rare book collection.
Nicholson, Ian Hawkins, 1928-. Gazetteer of Sydney shipping, 1788-1840 : being a geographical index of ports of origin and destination and places discovered, visited or remarked upon by Sydney shipping of the period. Canberra : Roebuck Society, 1981.
Eight postcards of soldiers at Gallipoli, and six issues of Australia in the Great War : the story told in pictures, no. 3 to no. 8, edited by H.C. Smart, published by Cassell, London in 1918
Postcards produced by Philip G. Hunt & Co., London, including:
Anzac's shirt inspection Gallipoli
Anzac Cove, Gallipoli
A visit from "Asiatic Annie" Dardanelles, photo by Dvr. S. G. Havter
Dug out terrace, Anzac Cove, Gallipoli
Australian troops leaping ashore from the warships' boats
Turkish magazine exploded by Australian Artillery, Dardanelles, photo by Dvr. S. G. Havter
Australian underground kitchen, Dardanelles, photo by Dvr. S. G. Havter
Australian surgeon at work, Dardanelles, photo by Dvr. S. G. Havter