A group of five real photographs of a parade in London celebrating the end of W.W.I and an invitation to "Popular Smoking concert, to members of Australian Imperial Force, Sunday 9th March, 1919..." W W. I., Australian Imperial Force.

A group of five real photographs of a parade in London celebrating the end of W.W.I and an invitation to "Popular Smoking concert, to members of Australian Imperial Force, Sunday 9th March, 1919..."

1919. A group of 5 photographs and one printed invitation associated with the A.I.F. in London in 1919. The photographs include one of Queen Mary with a high church official outside a church, possibly Randall Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury; a parade in London, possibly on the Strand; a picture of servicemen enthusiastically cheering for the parade; a rear view of a carriage in the parade, possibly King George and Queen Mary; a close-up image of two important Army figures, one quite likely General Douglas Haig. The concert was to be at "A.I.F. Hall, Australia House, Strand, W.C." featuring "Leading London Artistes" and "Uniform Only" for admission. The b&w images on photographic paper, with nothing on the verso and one on postcard stock. Approximately 3 1/4 x 4 1/4". A couple a trifle sunned, others quite bright, invitation with several light marks. Very good overall. Item #23344

Price: $125.00

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