One album containing photographs relating to Constable Malcolm Mackintosh's service with the Palestine Police during the early 1930s. Includes photographs taken on board the SS ORAMA during the voyage out to Palestine in March 1930. These include view of Gibraltar with HMS FURIOUS in mid-distance; the Roman ruins at Pompeii and group photographs of the men sailing with Mackintosh to join the Palestine Police. There are also group and individual portraits of members of the Palestine Police in camp (15 March 1930); photographs taken at the Police outpost at Givat Shaul (12 April - 29 July 1930); Mackintosh's Dunelt motorcycle-sidecar combination; Palestinian members of the Palestine Police at Damascus Gate Police Station in Jerusalem (14 September 1930); Palestine Police recruits drilling at Mount Scopus Camp (29 January 1931); the wireless aerial at Mount Scopus Camp and a member of the Palestine Police in riding uniform. The album also contains many photographs of famous buildings and views of Jerusalem and surrounding area including the Mosque of Omar; Mosque of El Aksar; Church of the Holy Sepulchre; Chapel of the Ascension; Haram Es Sharif; St David's Tower, St Stephen's Gate; Jaffa Gate; Sion Gate; Damascus Gate; the Dung Gate; The Golden Gate; Herod's Gate; the New Gate; the Suq, El Wad; the Via Dolorosa; Garden of Gethsemane; St James' Tomb; St Mary's Tomb; Walls of Jerusalem; Tomb of Absalom; entrance to one of the Tombs of the Kings; Synagogue at Givat Shaul and the college at Beth Makerem. Also included is a series of photographs taken on 9 April 1931 showing the ceremony of feet washing outside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Mackintosh also recorded scenes from a visit to the Dead Sea including a three-print panorama of part of the Jericho Road. A similar 'panorama' shows the ruins of a temple built by Herod to Augustus Caesar at Sebastia and a series of prints showing other archaeological remains at the site are also in the album. Also of interest are photographs showing the Armistice Day parade in 1930 at the British Military Cemetery on Mount Scopus and one print of the memorial to the 60th (London) Division commemorating their part in the capture of Jerusalem and the Palestine Campaign 1917-1918.