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Postcard showing Wallace Moffat Carr

Postcard showing Wallace Moffat Carr

A postcard showing Wallace Moffat Carr and Silas John Davern. The image was submitted by Wendy Cassimaty who wrote:

“I believe the photo postcard I have in my possession is of Wallace Moffatt Carr taken during the First World War. A little background is probably needed here. My Grandfather served in the Royal Australian Navy from 1912 through to 1919. He was attached to a number of different ships and travelled the world. He kept a shoebox full of picture postcards and photo postcards from his time in the navy and just recently my sister Margaret and I have started going through them to see if we can find any with names on them so we can possibly pass them on to family members. We have no idea how or why the photo was with my grandfathers possessions. All I really can say is that the writing on the reverse is not my grandfather's.
I have attached the photo and scanned the reverse. As you can see the photo is of 2 gentlemen. The other gentleman appears to be a Silas John Davern and I think I may have found his grandson in the Northern Territory.

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