"Sketches made at Anzac"
An orange presentation folder of nine letterpress prints of sketches made by Sapper Horace Moore-Jones N.Z.E. at Anzac Cove, 1915. The prints are unframed and mounted on card with printed captions underneath. This folder of prints come from a print run by Mr W.J.Bryce of Moore-Jones' sketches made in circa February 1917. The prints are captioned with the following titles and descriptions:
"ANZAC COVE / The Historic Landing Place of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, April 25th, 1915."
"TURK ENTRENCHED POSITIONS / Sketch looking North-East, descriptive of the country immediately in front of our Firing Lines."
"THE SPHINX / One of the many Wings of Sairi Bair, honeycombed with dug-outs. A Rest Camp, called by the New Zealand Boys / Wellington Street."
"LOOKING NORTH OVER SHRAPNEL GULLY / Showing the Inner and Outer Lines, Deadman's Ridge, etc., and further North the Trenches on the Sairi Bair Range. / Sketched from Indian Mountain Battery."
"OUTPOSTS Nos. 1, 2, AND 3 / Showing the Trenches winding through the country by which communication was maintained between Walker's Ridge, The Outposts, and Suvla, via Fisherman's Hut."
"THE TERRIBLE COUNTRY TOWARDS SUVLA / Sketched looking North and down from the Heights of Walker's Ridge and Russell's Top, showing the Suvla Bay Landing / Places - B & C Beaches, -Salt Lake, Chocolate Hill, Table Top, and the Village of Biyuk Anafarta, etc."
"THE HISTORIC POSITIONS / Pope's, Quinn's, Courtney's etc. Sketched from the Inner Lines on the Heights above Anzac Cove."
"THE COAST NORTH OF ANZAC COVE / Showing Plugge's Plateau, The Sphinx, Walker's Ridge, and Russell's Top."
"THE AUSTRALIAN POSITIONS. EXTREME RIGHT /
Showing Bolton's Hill and the Turk positions at Gaba Tepe, the Olive Grove and Achi Baba."
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