Government Printing Office Honour Roll 1914-1919

Location of Government Printing Office Honour Roll 1914-1919

Queensland State Archives, 435 Compton Road
Runcorn QLD 4113

Cast metal Honour Roll listing the Government Printing Office staff who enlisted and served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I. Names with an asterisk indicate those who lost their lives.

Originally located at the entrance of the Land Centre in Woolloongabba, it was moved to the Queensland State Archives for restoration and preservation.

Inscription

THE GREAT WAR

1914 [Laurel Wreath surounding the GPO insignia] 1919

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

HONOUR ROLL

AIF

[NAMES] [NAMES]

(List of 42 names)

* KILLED

Conflicts commemorated
First World War, 1914–1918
Memorial type
Honour roll
Additional information

The memorial was originally located at the Queensland Government's Land Centre, which is located on the corner Stanley Street and Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba in Brisbane.

The Government Printing Office was located on George Street, Brisbane and served the state until 2012. One of the longest operating entities within the government.

Recorded by
Queensland War Memorial Register/Fiona Gaske, Senior Archivist
Date recorded
29 November 2011