King's Own Royal Regiment Museum
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First World War
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Memorial Group, the War Memorial Village, Westfield, Lancaster
The museum's collection contains a very poor quality photograph of
the Memorial Group for Westfield War Memorial Village, in Lancaster.
The photograph includes two soldiers and two women, may be the soldiers
were the models and one of the ladies is Miss Jennifer Delahunt, the
sculptor, about who little is known, other than she worked at the
Lancaster Storey Institute School of Art as modelling mistress.
War Memorial Unveiled by General Hunter
A large gathering representative of both military and civic life of
North Lancashire assembled at the Westfield War Memorial Village,
Lancaster, today to witness the unveiling by General Sir Archibald
Hunter of a war memorial group which occupies a prominent position in
the centre of the village. The bronze figures on a stone pedestal
are the work of Miss Delahunt, modelling mistress, at the Lancaster
Storey Institute School of Art. The group represents a soldier in
full battle order, and in a half kneeling position, giving a drink from
his water bottle to a wounded comrade, whom he supports with his right
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