(Australia 19 Jun 1893 – 30 Mar 1972)
38.4 x 29.5 cm image/sheet
'The peasant, especially the old men and women, cling to the desolated villages in Northern France, and eke out a precarious living by selling a few cheap cigarettes and chocolates to the soldiers, who are continually passing to and from the firing line. In this picture we see an "Aussie", evidently disputing about the retail price of chocolates'.
Bombardier Waller, 111th Howitzer Battery, 4th Division A.I.F.
in 'War sketches on the Somme Front', 1918
The Chaplain, War sketches on the Somme Front, 'Ex-Bombardier Waller and his war pictures', pg. 32-39, Melbourne, 1918, 16, 17 (illus.), 34. titled 'A Chocolate Joint, Albert'
War sketches in black and white, watercolour and oil, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 03 Dec 1918 -–1918