Photograph, Framed Cam Leckie WWll; Unknown photographer; 1940-1945; WY.1993.81....
Photograph, Framed Cam Leckie WWllAbout this object
This photograph is of Cameron Farquharson Leckie (22326), a local man who was killed during WWII.
The eighth child of William Gunn and Helen Cameron Leckie (nee Farquharson), Cam grew up at Mokoreta.
Cam served as a gunner with the New Zealand Artillery, 7th Anti Tank Regiment in the Western Desert. He was killed on October 18, 1941, aged 35, and is buried in the Heliopolis War Cemetery, Egypt, F.A.5.
Cam's younger brother, Gunn, was killed less than two months later, on December 1, 1941.
1940-1945Inscription and Marks
'C. F. LECKIE'
On reverse in pencil;
'C. F. Leckie'
h 205 mm x w 155 mmPeriod
organic, processed material, vegetal, photographic paper, paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
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