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SBYRW : 38198

1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the 75th Divisional Concert Party in Egypt in December, 1918. The officer in command was Lieutenant G E Tucker and some of these members were members of the battalion Concert Party ?The Moonrakers?. It shows, standing left to right, Ernie Warner (Elocutionist), ?Pearl? Rundle (Light Comedy), Osram (Dancer), Lieutenant G E Tucker, Len Kenshole (Tenor), Jock Urquhart (Scotch comedian) and Joe Holdsworth (Stage Manager) In the front again from left to right, are George Seage (Pianist), Bert Sutton (Chorus man) ?Tiny? Skelton (female impersonator), Freddy Westlake (1st Comedian) and Harry Tapley (Baritone)

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SBYRW : 38199

1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the 75th Divisional Concert Party in Egypt in December 1918. The officer in command was Lieutenant G E Tucker and some of these members were members of the Battalion Concert Party ?The Moonrakers?. It shows, in the rear row, Harry Tapley, Len Kenshole, Tiny Skelton, Osram and Ernie Warner and, n the front again from left to right, Jock Urquhart, Bert Sutton, Leiutenant G E Tucker, Peral Rundle, Freddie Westlake, George Seage and Joe Holdsworth.

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SBYRW : 38200

1st/4th Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A sepia group photograph of the 75th Divisional Concert Party in Egypt, December, 1918. The officer in command was Lieutenant G E Tucker and some of these members were members of the Battalion Concert Party ?The Moonrakers?. The concert shown in this photo was called ?Mr Conductor?and featured, in the rear row from left to right, Osram (Cymbals), Ernie Warner (Soloist), Len Kenshole (Violinist), Harry Tapley (Whistle pipe), Bert Sutton (Clarinet), Jack Urquhart (Double Bass), Pearl Rundle (Double Bass) and George Seage (Piano); in the front were Freddie Westlake (Bass Drum), Lieutenant G E Tucker (Mr Conductor) and Tiny Skelton (The Bint).

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