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|Title:||Jean Hower and Harold|
|Collection:||Alva Storrie Collection.|
|Description:||Jean Hower and Harold. Harold was bought into the hospital as a small prem baby only 3 weeks old, his mother had died out on a station. He returned home later.|
Jean was Alva's friend, they first met on the train going to Darwin. They went south on the same plane, DC-3, in April 1944. Alva worked at a small camp hospital in Ballarat, Jean was at Heidelberg Military Hospital. Both women and 6 others applied to go to Rocky Creek, North Queensland until the war ended. Jean was a Victorian, she died in 1978 - Alva's story.
|Subject:||World War, 1939-1945 -- Northern Territory -- Adelaide River|
Australia. Army. Australian Army Nursing Service
Aboriginal peoples (Australians)
|Copyright owner:||Northern Territory Library.|
|Digital format:||1200ppi ; 31.18Mb.|
|Hardcopy format:||1 photograph : b&w ; 6 x 9 cm.|
|Use and Restrictions:||No known copyright restrictions|
|Appears in Collections:||PictureNT|
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