A mixture of group and portrait photographs, the majority of which are in postcard form. Most of the portrait photographs are of soldiers thought to have been billeted with Mr A Parsons in Fleet, Hampshire. Parsons was a butcher in the town. The group photographs include one of 'B' Sub Section, 211 Battery, Royal Field Artillery, outside their hut at Bulford Camp on Salisbury Plain; The football team of 1st/5th (London) Field Ambulance in St Albans, January 1915 and at Auchel in France, January 1916 (in both teams is Private William Stocker); the rugby team of the Royal Army Medical Corps Training Centre, Crookham, Hampshire, 1916-1917 (including the information of their record 181 - 0 winning score); female impersonator and chorus line of the 69th Field Ambulance concert party, France, 28 December 1918. There is also a group photograph of a section from the Machine Gun Corps (plus one soldier from each of the York & Lancaster and Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiments). Finally, there is a studio portrait photograph of Dr Frere in the uniform of an officer of the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Black and white photographic prints and postcards a number of which have handwritten annotation in either ink or pencil on the reverse.