A set of black and white First World War photographs relating to perfomances by an unidentified British army concert party and a British drum-head parade. Also a number of aerial photographs taken over the Western Front, details as follows:
15LB 961 : 57D W 15cd, 16c, 21b, 22a : date 1 July 1918
15LB 1162 : 57D W 15cd, 16, 21, 22 : date 17 July 1918 (marked up to show trench positions)
21B 6 : 28 B 5bd : date 23 April 1917
11M A384 (383) : East of Gavrelle : date 29 April 1917
P 9AE 74 : date 2 November 1917
Also a section of a trench map relating to aerial photograph 15LB 1162 listed above.
Black and white photographic prints and photo-postcards of various sizes. Eight have annotations handwritten on the reverse and two carry the ink stamp of the Army Printing & Stationery Service. One print is annotated in black and red ink to show trench positions. The trench map is a 3 x 4 square section of a standard map marked up to show German positions in red, blue and green inks.