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The Sister Sarah Cousen Collection Page 2

Miss Sarah Cousen was born in 1893 and died in 1971. She lived in Shipley, Yorkshire. She had one (elder) sister, Mabel. Both died spinsters - both said that all the young men they knew when they were young died on the Somme.

Sister Cousen served in Palestine in WW1 and collected a fine photographic record including many that involved Australians either directly or indirectly. The cream of that collection is here and on nurses in Palestine

Donor: David R Smith

14 inch naval shell AFC postcard

Bombing raid, ready for take off.

A Martinsyde not quite ready for action

Handley Page bomber & Bristol fighter

<<< 60 pounder gun

AFC at Der el Belah Bristol monoplane The remains of a German plane
German guns captured from the Turks.
German/Turkish gun captured on Mount Carmel.
The road to Nazareth.

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