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Expanded NumberPN-001389TitleCommonwealth Bank of Australia - Head Office cnr Pitt Street & Martin Place - Opening Day - Senior Officers & Branch Managers - 23 August 1916 (Plate 688)Date23/08/1916TypePhotographSize314.6KBDigital Object Identifierhttps://doi.org/10.47688/RBA_Archives_PN-001389
Standing (Left to Right) HT Armitage, GJA Ball, JK Henderson, MS Calder, KE Barnett, PR Hill, PJ Comans, WC Harris, FCS Ireland, CH Wilkinson, FR Coffin. Sitting (left to right) CR Wood, AS Douglas, John Black, James Kell ( Deputy Governor), DSK Miller (Governor), JS Scott, MS Young, OA Smith.
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