McAuley family, 1919

A black and white photograph of a man, woman and two boys standing in a line and two smaller boys standing together in front of the woman. They are all wearing hats. The man is wearing a short-sleeved shirt tucked into long trousers with a belt. The woman is wearing a long-sleeved blouse with a bow at the collar and a full-length skirt. All the boys are wearing knee-length shorts. The two older boys are wearing long-sleeved shirts, braces and boots while the two younger boys are wearing buttoned-up jackets and are bare footed. They are standing on sandy ground with a slight rise on the left and a stand of trees on the right.
Photograph by Herbert Basedow.

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