Album and loose photographs, the majority aerial, relating to the Middle East during the First World War. The album contains aerial photographs taken over Egypt, Sinai and Palestine including: RFC landing ground at Jerusalem; 14 Squadron airfield at Junction Station; 5th Wing HQ; El Arish; Gaza and surrounding area including defences such as Tank Redoubt; Auja including outlying defences; Hassana; Khan Yunis; General Headquarters camp at Bir Salem; harbour at Port Said; River Jordan; Moses Wells in defended Sues Canal zone; Hareira to Gaza road; imitation camps at El Kubri on Suez Canal; Nablus (photo annotated to indicate HQ VII Army Corps, von Sanders living quarters, Turkish and German hospitals); wadi and road at Attawenneh; defences at Rafa; Turkish defences in front of Jerusalem; Jaffa; Junction Station (Wadi Surar); Haifa. Other photographs in the album mainly cover the photographer's time in Egypt and show street scenes, local people and archaeological monuments.
The collection also includes a number of loose photographic prints amongst which are more aerial views showing: El Afule and Rayak railway stations during bombing raid; part of the harbour of Beirut and the ruins of Baalbeck. A number of the aerial prints have no location information beyond map grid references. There are also a small number of German / Turkish photographs showing Albatros scouts on an airfield in Palestine; Turkish artillery, Turkish cavalry, some senior commanders and the wreckage of two British aircraft. Other loose photographs show German wounded being transported on cacholets, captured German motor transport and various scenes in Egypt, including Luna Park, Heliopolis.
Finally, the collection includes a nine page typescript account of the destruction of the Turkish Fourth Army in Palestine during 1918.