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This portrait is of Frank Cammock, Woodville resident and a labourer in the Kiwi Bacon Factory.

He served in World War One. His service record lists him as being "Killed in Action in the field Belgium 14 October 1917".

This portrait was passed to the Ian Matheson City Archives as part of the H.H. Mackrell Collection. Frank was H.H. Mackrell's brother-in-law.

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Object type
Physical Object
Digitisation ID
2015P_MackrellS5F5_010145
Title
Portrait of Frank Cammock
Format
Colour print
Held In
Community Archives
Archive
Mackrell Papers

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Date
1914 to 1917

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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