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Framed silhouette of Geoffrey Rouse Terry (1896-1970) in uniform during World War 1 / Handrup
Handrup, Jens Christian, 1884-1930.
1 silhouette : black paper on tan mount : 41 x 21 cm.
Studio name printed lower right hand corner: By / Handrup / D H Evans Ltd / Oxford Street / London W.
Terry, Geoffrey Rouse, 1896-1970.
Geoffrey Rouse Terry was the eldest son of George and Nina (nee Rouse) Terry. He enlisted for service in World War I in England, as a second Lieutenant in the Northumberland Hussars and later in the Royal Flying Corps, returning to Australia in 1923.
The silhouette artist Handrup was a Danish-born silhouettist who lived in London between the wars, operating a Silhouette Parlour at D.H.Evans in Oxford Street.
Rouse Hill House & Farm ; R84/465
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Studio photograph of the Terry brothers - Rod, Geoff, Gerald and Ted - children of George and Nina Terry, taken around 1907 / Kerry & Co.