Black and white image of display of anti-gas equipment in one of the pavilions, taken from the Catalogue of the Australian War Museum, opp. p.48, Cat. No. 96.234.
The Australian War Museum was opened at the Exhibition Building, Melbourne, in 1922. It later opened in Canberra as the Australian War Memorial.
Description of Content
Black and white image of Australain uniforms, displayed on mannequins (only the upper have of the bust, six figures in total) each wearing a gas mask and hat/helmet. Exhibit is encased in glass display cabinet.
Black and white photograph.
Copied from Australian War Memorial (AWM)
Photograph, Black & White
Printed below image: 'Copyright by AUSTRALIAN WAR MUSEUM / Anti-gas Equipment / See Page 48.'
Type of item
102 mm (Width), 152 mm (Height)
Australian Military Forces, Australian Museum, Gas Masks, Military Forces, Military Uniforms: Australian, Royal Exhibition Building, Royal Exhibition Building: Australian War Memorial, War Memorials, Wars & Conflicts, World War I, 1914-1918, Gas Warfare