Black and white group and individual portrait photographs relating to the Indian Army during the First World War. Units represented are: 26th Cavalry (a mounted sowar); 1st (Duke of York's Own) Bengal Lancers (Skinner's Horse) (2 mounted and 2 dismounted sowars and a dismounted daffadar); Signal Troop of the 10th Cavalry Brigade (at Peshawar, October 1918) and the 116th Mahrattas (groups of Dekhani and Konkani recruits, group of trained soldiers). There are also a set of photographs covering No.1 and No.2 Prisoner of War Camps at Meiktila in Burma where Turkish prisoners were housed. The photographs show: No.1 Camp's Bakery and Hospital and No.2 Camp's Barracks, Bathing place, Hospital and a private coffee stall. There are also general views of both camps.
Black and white photographic prints of various sizes with annotations handwritten in either ink or pencil on the reverse. One photograph has an ink copyright stamp from the photographer Holmes on the reverse.