Photograph fo the entrance to Caulfield Military Hospital, World War I. One of a series of images that promote the facilites at the hospital.

Caulfield Military Hospital was officially called the No.11 Australian General Hospital (AGH) or the General Military Hospital No. 11. During World War I the Caulfield mansion Glen Eira was converted into the hospital. After the war it contined as a a repatriation hospital and permanent home for many disabled soldiers. It was described by author George Johnston in My Brother Jack - his mother worked at the hospital.

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View of the entrance to the Caulfield Military Hospital.

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Black and white photograph.

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