6th Battalion The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders at the Battle of Loos, 26 September 1915

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Sitters, left to right: Private Tulloch; Private McLauchlan; Lance Corporal Andrew; Sergeant Willie Watt; Private Sutherland; Private McAlpine; Captain W. David, RAMC; Private Clements; Private Hector Cross; Private N. Cornfoot; Private Richard Wallace; Private McKenzie; Colour Sergeant Major W. Cowans; Private Muir; Private McRae; Sergeant Porter; Private E. Belshaw; Captain Christison; 2nd Lieutenant H. B. Rowan; Lieutenant P. S. Fraser; 2nd Lieutenant G. F. Cameron; Regimental Sergeant Major Peter Scotland; Captain A. J. Campbell Colquhoun; Lieutenant Colonel A. F. Douglas Hamilton, VC; 2nd Lieutenant H. Leitch; Captain E. G. MacDougall; Private Murray; Colour Sergeant Major Stewart Robertson.

The Highlanders' Museum

Near Inverness


6th Battalion The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders at the Battle of Loos, 26 September 1915




oil on canvas


H 92 x W 183.5 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from the Paterson family, 1954

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Inscription description

Joseph Gray/1919


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