Black and white photographic prints and photo postcards covering Malta, Egypt and Palestine during the First World War. Many of the photographs are travelogue in nature showing important buildings, archaeological sites and local people in places such as Cairo and Jerusalem. Interesting photographs include: The interior of the dining room at James Cavalier Barracks, Malta, Christmas 1917; the grave of Sapper Harry Kitchin (spelt Kitchen on CWGC website) in Pieta Cemetery, Malta; Royal Engineers Signals Office in Cairo and the Signal Office football team and three views of wrecked Turkish transport and equipment in the 'Valley of Death' where retreating Turkish columns were bombed and strafed by the Royal Air Force.
Small, grey cloth covered photograph album with black and white photographic prints glued to pages, reference numbers handwritten in ink on the pages. Also loose black and white photographic prints of various sizes, some with annotations on reverse. A number of prints and photo postcard glued to sheets of lined paper, with annotation handwritten in ink below or alongside the prints. A number of loose photo postcards, some coloured and a typed list of captions for the photographs in the album.