Name/TitlePhotograph [Private Archibald Angus McGillivray]
About this objectA framed, hand coloured photograph of Private Archibald Angus McGillivray in his NZEF, World War One uniform. Pulmonary tuberculosis did what the war couldn't; Archie McGillivray died of TB, aged 28 on 20 February 1924. His army records indicate that his 'death was due to his war service'. Archie is buried in the Mataura cemetery. We also have a photograph of Archie's medals, one of which is a fob presented to him by the residents of Block VII, Mataura on his return from the War.
Formatphotograph, black and white, hand coloured
Medium and Materialsprocessed material, paper
Inscription and MarksStamped on reverse: ' FOLSTER & BELL / Paint Glass Wallpaper / 92 Main Street GORE Phone 138 / Picture Framers Ashford Kit Kraft'.
Measurementsw 392 mm x h 495 mm x d 12 mm
Subject and Association Keywordsmilitary
Subject and Association Keywordsmilitary/world war one
Credit LineFrom the collection of the Mataura and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.