Magazine produced by No. 11 Australian General Hospital (AGH), aka Caulfield Military Hospital, in 1917 to commemorate the second anniversary of the Anzac forces' landing in Gallipoli. Contains contributions from present and past hospital patients and staff members. Magazine content includes articles, poems and correspondence. Middle pages bear black and white images of the hospital.

Printed by Chas Steele & Co., Printers, 306 -8 Russell Street, Melbourne.

Physical Description

12 page magazine with blue card cover stapled at spine. Cover bears printed text inside an illustration of a hospital facade with sloped roof and twin pillars, all in blue ink. Round sticker adhered to top left corner of cover advertises the Caulfield Carnival and bears a colour illustration of Red Cross beside a soldier being given medical assistance. Text printed throughout the magazine in black ink with some black and white images featured on middle pages.

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