Photos of Sydney Harbour Trust staff killed in action in World War I
NRS 20231, The oval shaped portraits are printed on thick card and have been cut out of an album or display board. The name of the person has been written in pencil on the back of the prints. Most portraits have also been numbered in pencil on the back. All except one portrait show the sitter in a military uniform.
"The Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners (SHT) was a statutory body established by theSydney Harbour Trust Act 1901 and was responsible for the general improvement, preservation and daily running of the Port of Sydney. All foreshores, lighthouses and tugs within Sydney Harbour which belonged to the Government were vested in the Trust, which also had the power to reclaim land for the erection of necessary infrastructure."
From our NSW Anzac Centenary website