One album of black and white Vest Pocket Kodak prints service in the Machine Gun Corps during the First World War. Subjects include: hutted accommodation for officers at Bovington Camp; group photographs and training of 131st Company, MGC at Belton Park during 1915; the 131st Company in Mesopotamia - pack mule transportation of Vickers machine guns, views along the River Tigris (including river craft and local chilldren), Basra (including tented camp, motor transport, a Holt caterpillar tractor), Amarah (including interiors of MGC HQ building) and Baghdad (including street views and mosques), Samarra (ancient runis), Ctesiphon Arch; Persia (including topographical views).
Dark blue cloth covered photograph album, the cover is badly discoloured (probably due to damp). On the front cover is a design showing a windmill, trees and clouds with the word 'Photographs' underneath all in gold. The black and white photographs are slip mounted in the album and annotations in pencil appear on the album pages beside each print. Inside the front cover is a handwritten 'Series' listing of the album contents along with a small printed label giving name and address of original owner of the album.