A rare WWI Military Cross and service medal, awarded to 10/11/54 2nd Lt. Athol Richard McIsaac 1a Coy. 1st Bn. Wgtn. Reg., together with original typed document dated 23 Sep. '18. The award was 'For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He worked with most untiring energy and determination for three days when in charge of a carrying party whose duty it was to keep his Bn. supplied with material from the Brigade dump. It was necessary to make each trip under very heavy shell-fire & it was due to his fine personal example that this supply was maintained'. Granted 15-8-17. McIsaac served October 1914 to January 1919 in Egypt, Gallipoli and Western Europe. In 1916 he was Court Martialled for drunkenness.