Item 01: Sydney B. Young war diary, 13 May-24 July 1916 - Page 96

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in red bricks, cut & struck, and nearly all have guaged arches, majority cambers, which would be too expensive to put in the majority of buildings in Sydney. [Young was a bricklayer by trade]
My mate being a member of Congress Hall Band of the Salvation Army in Sydney, and with a letter of introduction to any Salvation Army throughout the world, made the acquaintance of the local branch who made a lot of us and took us home to tea.
First time I have seen

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