LCol. Nangle at Camp, Kelia Bay

Title

LCol. Nangle at Camp, Kelia Bay

Subject

People
Camps (temporary settlements)
Architecture (object genre)

Description

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Nangle at the I.W.G.C. Camp in Kelia Bay

Creator

Attributed to Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933)

Source

First World War Memorials sub-collection, Lantern Slide Collection, Art History & Theory Visual Resources Collection

Date

c.1920–1925

Rights

Some rights reserved CC-BY

Accession Number

LS.01.0015

Original Format

B & w transparency, lantern slide

Materials

Photographic emulsion, paper, glass

Physical Dimensions

82 x 82 x 3mm

Image Dimensions

70 x 52mm (w x h) approx. framed by internal mat

Inscription

"H[or K]elia Bay – Nangle – + Camp", top slide edge

Other ID

"10", top slide face; "28.", top of mat, face

Location

Kelia Bay (Gallipoli)

Associated Person(s)

Thomas Nangle (1899–1972)
Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933)

Subject Heading

First World War Memorials

Notes

LCol. Thomas Nangle of Newfoundland met Seager during the latter's site visit to Gallipoli. Nangle was there to "take cinematograph views of the different portions of the battlefield [at Chunuk Bair]." Seager, 'Report on Visit to Gallipoli,' 1921, Collection of Macmillan Brown Library, MB1863/0017-0031, 0033-0040, pg. 7

Collection

Citation

Attributed to Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933), “LCol. Nangle at Camp, Kelia Bay,” Illumination & Commemoration, accessed June 24, 2019, http://seagerlanternslides.nz/items/show/23.

Output Formats

Geolocation