Dalton Family Archives
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In Limber Gunners' Room [Liverpool Training Camp, NSW 1917] - Bill Brown, Will Dalton, Bill McDonald and Jack Deer
Entrance to Barrack Rooms of the [Ferrure] outer fort of (Maubege), masonry destroyed by the enemy in 1914
Letter 010 - Letter from James Dalton to his mother and to his brother William from SS Argyllshire, Albany, 31 October 1914
Letter 014 - Letter from James Dalton to Jack Dalton from SS Argyllshire near Aden, 23 November 1914
Letter 015 - Letter from James Dalton to Ida and Harry Dalton from SS Argyllshire near Aden, 24 November 1914