Collection of images associated with the Royal Flying Corps in First World War. Includes aerial photographs of the Western Front and Middle East including: Hindenburg Line (series of photographs taken on 1 October 1918 and with map showing location of individual photographs) and RFC airfields on the Western Front: Gerlis? (near Albert), Gelvigny (November 1918), Epinoy (November 1918), Le Chelles (August 1918); towns of Mons, Doullens, Le Quesnoy, Cambrai, Valenciennes, Amiens, Mauberge. Also, photographs of wrecked German artillery guns and limbers during the final months of the war; wreckage of a crashed German bomber at Salmas in July 1918; photographic copies of intelligence maps showing German aerial activity during August 1918; individual portraits and group photographs of RFC personnel including members of 'B' and HQ Flights, No.15 Squadron. Also included are composite panoramas (aerial obliques) of the Somme battlefield (taken 15 June 1918) including: Albert, Beaumont Hamel, Grandcourt, Thiepval and Thiepval Wood, Authuille, Aveluy.
40 assorted black and white prints, both loose and mounted on pieces of card or paper. One green album containing 114 captioned prints.