Programme for commemorations of the sixth anniversary of Anzac Day in 1921. Amongst the speakers at the event was Prime Minster W.M. Hughes. Arrangements for the event were described in considerable detail in The Argus, 25 April 1921, page 7, including a diagram of the placement of units within the Melbourne Cricket Ground, where the main event was held. Significantly, it was the first Anzac Day marked as a public holiday.

The program was among a collection of material relating to John Hodgson Nattrass (1870-1943), who served in a senior medical role in Australia during World War I.

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Four-page progam consisting of single folded sheet of browned paper, printed in black.

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