Photograph inscribed 'No. 1 Station RAAF Point Cook', Victoria. Part of a group of photographs taken circa 1921-1927, it is likely to date from that period.

The photograph is part of a collection of material associated with the service of Australian Flying Corps photographer and later RAAF trainer Flight Lieutenant Norman Henry Clutterbuck, the maternal uncle of the previous owner Ray Kerby.

The Australian Air Force, created in January 1920 to replace the Australian Air Corps, was granted the King's consent to become Royal Australian Air Force on 13 August 1921.

Description of Content

Aerial photograph of an airfield at the edge of water. A strip of buildings appear at the right of the image, with a jetty extending into the water. Air strips can be seen.

Physical Description

Black and white photograph on paper.

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