Embroidery by WWI patient Albert Campbell
Embroidery work done by Albert Campbell, whilst in hospital due to severe injuries sustained in France in 1917. While many people tend to associate embroidery and needlework with women, men are also known to pick up the needle and thread particularly in times of war. In the case of Albert Campbell, this embroidery was used as rehabilitation therapy during his long convalescence in military hospital. This item can be viewed at the Delegate Progress Association Historical Collection display in Delegate NSW.