A welcome home kiss, 1919.
Private Danny Matthews 1 RAR on the Kansas Kine in Korea.
Gunner Ernie Widders writes a letter from Vietnam.
A member of the WAAF (Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force) kissing a policeman during the Victory Pacific celebrations in the city.
Albert Donovan is welcomed home by his wife and family, 1944.
Bruce Skipworth, his wife Elaine, and their daughter, 1968.
H. Woodhead and M. Timbs on their wedding day, 1943.
Members of the Australian Women's Army Service (AWAS) give "eyes right" as they pass the saluting base during the Service Womens march through the city. In the foreground a small girl with an Australian flag over her shoulder watches the march.
A female from the crowd, carried away with excitement, kisses a member of the 9th Australian Division during the unit march through the city streets.
Private Jack Martin, driver of the Mobile Entertainment Unit purchased with money raised by the State School children of Victoria, shows children of the Rathdown Street State School, Carlton, the workings of a loud speaker.
Two members of No. 31 (Beaufighter) Squadron RAAF, holding the squadron mascots, a joey (young kangaroo) and a dog. Left to right: Flight Lieutenant G. A. Greenwood and Sergeant B. Agnew.
War brides, 1943.
Members of the 2/48th Battalion, 9th Australian Division, with a pet dog, after evacuation from Tobruk on the ship Kingston.
Christmas at Buna, Papua, 1942.
Unidentified sailors on HMAS Perth.
Christmas in Vietnam, 1971.
A cat on HMAS Encounter.
Aboard HMAS Sydney are two ships mascots who don't agree: Able Seaman J. T. Walker with his pup "Shrapnel" and Able Seaman Gamble with his cat "Salvo".
G'day in Korea, 1951.
The mascot of a cookhouse at the 9th Australian division, a puppy dog, being dried after his bath, in preparation for the visit of general Douglas Macarthur, Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces, South West Pacific Area.
An American soldier with a joey, 1942.
Pilot Officer (PO) Robert Lindsay Wallace of Haberfield, NSW, was married to WAAF Corporal Alice Patricia Williams of London, at Christ Church, Woburn Square. PO Wallace, an airgunner, met his wife who is a WAAF wireless operator whilst stationed in Norfolk, England. They are cutting the wedding cake at the wedding reception.
'Ferdie', the Pygmy Flying Phalanger, 1945