Maj.Chaplin, Maj.Heywood, Capt.Darling in Communication trench
Monochrome photograph,Â© South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service, from an album compiled by Lieutenant Robert Cotton Money, 1st Battalion Cameronians (see 2008.144), with photographs from various sources: with inscription: 'Major Chaplin, Major Heywood, Capt.Darling in Communication trench 11/05/1915'. (Major James Graham Chaplin, Major Heywood, Capt John Collier Stormonth-Darling, Adjutant 1st Battalion)
It is acknowledged that, in the main, the photographs in the three photograph albums were taken by Lieutenant Robert Cotton Money, who later served with great distinction retiring in the rank of Major General. The premise in Historylinks display of the photographs is that the albums, with their handwritten descriptive detail, were given by Lieut Money to the Rose family without precondition. In July 2009 the Money family assigned full copyright permissions to the South Lanarkshire Council Museums Service which subsequently confirmed that Historylinks may continue to display the photographs in this image library.
Dimensions: Length80 mm - Width 57mm
Groups: Capt Rose WW1 Photograph Albums