Black and white photographic prints relating to the service of Leading Mechanic J B Layzell at the Royal Naval Air Service station at Cassandra, Salonika during the First World War. Subjects include RNAS personnel leaving Mudros for Cassandra; the SS WAVE and SS JESSIE off Cassandra; portrait of Flight Lieutenant F Horner (CO Cassandra airship station); scenes in local villages; aerial photograph of the airship station; interior of the airship hanger; static anti-aircraft gun defending the airship station; an SS Class airship with BE2C car being prepared for flight; scenes in Salonika including the White Tower and the aftermath of the Great Fire (18 August 1917); a patrol boat washed ashore at Cape Cassandra during a storm; a BE2C of the RFC crash landed at Cassandra and wreckage of Zeppelin LZ85 on public display in Salonika.
Blue, card covered accounts book produced by The Anglo-Hellenic Company of Salonica Ltd, used as a photograph album (dimensions 130mm x 200mm) containing 106 black and white prints slipped into the pages. A number of the photographs have captions handwritten in ink on the album pages. There is also one card mounted photographic print, a modern reproduction of a black and white portrait photograph, one small press cutting titles 'Oxford Man in Greece', and two documents (Bill of Health and a leave pass).