Alfred Prichard Kington Morris

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First name: Alfred

Middle name: Prichard Kington

Last name: Morris

Personal information:

Private Stretcher bearer A. P. Morris of Armadale, Victoria enlisted 17 Aug. 1914 and served as Medical Sergeant in the 1st and 12th Light Horse Regiments at Gallipoli and in Egypt, Sinai and Palestine. Embarked on board Transport A27 Southern. He was promoted to Sergeant 15 Mar. 1916 and discharged 12 July 1917

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Box 8 Item 17 – Hugh Venables Vernon miscellaneous papers, 1916-1919.
Handmade protection with steely look and stylish upper lip!

At first glance it is apparent that this garment would have been quite difficult to actually put on, due to the tight fit. Undoubtedly handcrafted by a loved one, it has been photographed in action by the  wearer, as intended. I particularly like the attention to detail on the moustache – possibly one of the few things that a man in his position had complete control over.

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