[Ephemera relating to World War I memorial services and war memorials. 1914-1929]

Date
1914 - 1929
Ref
Eph-A-WAR-WI-Memorial-1914/1929
Description

Includes:

1915-01: In memoriam service in His Majesty's Theatre Wanganui. Sunday June 13, 1915 ... in memory of the brave Boys from Wanganui fallen in the present Great European War. Chronicle Print

1915-02: Memorial service for those who have fallen in the War, held in Victoria Domain, Gisborne, Sept 19th 1915. Herald print.

1916: Unveiling of monument erected by the Returned Soldiers' Association, to the memory of their departed comrade, Corporal Edwin Hart. Waverley Cemetery [Sydney], 14 May 1916. Order of service

1918-01: Hut given to the YMCA by East London Jews, in memory of those of their faith in the district fallen in the War. Mile End Gardens, Mile End Road ... opening by Field-Marshal HRH the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ... June 21, 1918 [London]

1919-01: St Paul's Cathedral [London], June 13th 1919. memorial service for the Royal Navy. Order of service

1919-02: Ararata. Unveiling and dedication of memorial and roll of honour, erected in school grounds by the Settlers of Ararata, 8 December 1919. Order of service

1921-01: Order of service to be observed at the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Kaikorai School Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Arch. 29 October 1921

1921-02: War memorial gates, Tauranga Domain. Opening ceremony by the Hon Sir William H Herries, 11 December 1921. Order of service

1922-01: [Levin Borough Council?]. Peace memorial to those who fought in the Great War 1914-1918, to be opened by the Right Hon W F Massey, P.C., Premier of New Zealand, on Wednesday, March 21st, at 11.30 a.m. [Printed by] Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, Lambton Quay [1922]

1923-01: Hawkes' Bay Fallen Soldiers Memorial Order of Ceremony. Unveiling of cenotaph in Russell Street, Hastings, N.Z. on Armistice Day, Sunday 11th November 1923. 1st edition. Stickland & Bryant, printers.

1923-02: Te Aroha District War Memorial unveiling ceremony by Major-General Sir Edward Chaytor, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., C.B, general officer commanding N.Z. Defence Forces, in memory of the men of this district who fell in the Great War, 1914-1918. 15th September 1923 (The anniversary of the capture of Flers in the Great Battle of the Somme, 1916). [Printed by] Te Aroha News [1923]

1923-03: Knox College Dunedin. Unveiling of war memorial window and brass tablet in Ross Chapel. Anzac Day, 25 April 1923. Order of service

1923-04: Levin and District Fallen Soldiers' Memorial. Unveiling ceremony. 14 March 1923. Order of service (Unveiling by Major-General Sir E W C Chaytor)

1923-05: "Lest we forget". Soldiers' Memorial on Sugar Loaf Hill, Brooklyn, Wellington NZ. Programme of unveiling ceremony, 22 September 1923. (Unveiling by Viscount Jellicoe)

1926-01: Borough of Northcote. Northcote War Memorial. Ceremony of the unveiling by the Hon F J Rolleston (Minister for Defence). Sunday 14th February 1926. Order of service

1929-01: Wellington Citizens' war memorial. Foundation stone laid by Gen Sir Charles Ferguson, 25 April 1929 ... sculptor Mr R O Gross. Souvenir with photograph, and poppy illustration (2 copies)

Quantity: 1 folder(s).

Physical Description: Offset prints and relief prints, sizes varying up to 230 mm.

Provenance: Purchased and donated from various sources.

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Format
1 folder(s), Ephemera, Offset photomechanical prints, Relief prints, Offset prints and relief prints, sizes varying up to 230 mm.
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