Black and white photographs detailing the work of medical services with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in Egypt and Palestine during the First World War. Images include a number of landscape panoramas: Wadi Amman showing railway station and cutting; Wadi Hamman showing Hedjaz Railway and 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance; the Mount of Temptation and Jordan Valley showing Wadi Nouameia; the Jerusalem - Jerico Road (3 miles east of Bethany and at Talaat ed Dumn); Amman showing ANZAC casualty collecting station, part of Turkish hospital and Roman amphitheatre; Tel el Fara on the Wadi Ghuzzee (from the east); the town of Es Salt; camps of 1st Light Horse Field Ambulance near Enab and in Jordan Valley (4 miles south of Auja); an ambulance unit crossing a wadi at Abu Ghallyon and the chalk cliffs in Wadi Ghuzzee near Esani. Also a unit photograph of all personnel of the 160th Indian Combined Field Ambulance. Other photographs show camps of the 124th and 166th Indian Cavalry Field Ambulance; methods of casualty evacuation including hospital trains, motor ambulance, cacolets; medical personnel including Indian stretcher bearers; troops undertaking anti-malarial work along the River Auja in 1918 and on the Latron stream between Ramleh and Jerusalem. Also hospital accommodation including the Citadel in Cairo (surgical ward, 5 Indian General Hospital and 5 General Hospital at San Stefano, 17th General Hospital, 48th Stationary Hospital, 51st General hospital (officers' ward), 7th Field Ambulance (operating tent), military sanitary arrangements and troops using designated bathing areas (River Auja near Mulebbis and Ain es Sultan near Jericho). Also two photographs of a mobile bacteriological laboratory giften the the army by Henry S Wellcome. There are also interesting photographs of Turkish prisoners and Indian muslim medical personnel at prayer. Another photograph shows an Australian Army steam cooker manufactured in Ballarat.
Black and white photographic prints of various sizes, including panoramas. A number of the prints are mounted on brown card and have paper captions attached to the mounts. The loose prints have associated printed captions on paper.