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Listed under:  Society  >  Social services  >  Emergency services  >  Ambulance services

Letter to Flight Lieutenant Graham Conning from Corporal Alan Jenkins, 15 July 1945

This is a five-page letter, handwritten in ink on Japanese tissue paper ruled with red lines. Each page is landscape format and has a bold, red border with two kanji characters (Japanese script) printed in red at left above and three below. Each sheet measures 18 cm long x 25.2 cm wide.


Beechcraft Queenair B80 air ambulance, 1966

This twin-engine aircraft was the first official air ambulance to operate in NSW. It was built by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of the USA in 1966.


Royal Flying Doctor Service dentist, NSW, 1962

This is a black-and-white photograph of a dentist from the Royal Flying Doctor Service performing dentistry beside his plane in a remote part of New South Wales in 1962.


Boer War ambulance, 1899-1902

This is a sepia-toned photograph of a horse-drawn ambulance wagon used in the Boer War. The ambulance, belonging to the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital, has one red cross on the side and another on the canopy, and two horses in the traces. An Australian soldier sits on one of the horses and another one stands at the back of ...


Flying doctor service, 1928

This is a black-and-white photograph, taken in 1928, that shows a pilot preparing to take off in a single-engine biplane. He is dressed in a light-coloured shirt and shorts and is wearing a pilot's helmet with enclosed earphones. A door towards the front of the plane is open, revealing the compartment in which passengers, ...