Black and white photographic prints mainly relating to No. 60 Squadron, Royal Air Force on the North West Frontier of India during the Interwar period. Included are a large number of aerial photographs of locations; bombing sorties; military bases and squadrons on No.1 Wing (RAF) drawn up for review. Most of the aerial photographs are dated 1930. Named locations: Arsal Kot on the Tochi river in Waziristan; Badhber; Bara Fort; Bazid Khel; Goganai; Kohat Fort; Maddar Khel (bombing in 1930); Miri Khel Camp. Also aerial photograph of bombing range used by No. 60 Squadron. Also a number a photographs covering such subjects a tribal Jirga in September 1930; RAF parades; military funeral on 14 June 1930; grave stone for Sergeant David J M Smith (No. 60 Squadron) who died at Kohat on 24 March 1929; group photographs of officers and sergeants of No. 60 Squadron, including Air Commodore C Curtis 'Biff' Darley. The collection also includes a number of landscape photographs taken by Randolph Bezzant Holmes and Mela Ram including: the Banihal Pass; Gulmarg; the Khyber Pass; Shahur Tangi; Srinagar and Zaji La. There are also a number of commercial landscape photographs taken in Switzerland and Tunisia. A view of the countryside near Netheravon in Wiltshire and a vertical aerial photograph of London taken over the River Thames and including St Paul's Cathedral and Somerset House complete the collection.
Black and white photographic prints of various sizes many with handwritten annotations or photographers stamps on the reverse. Three are mounted on card with phoptographers name printed below the photograph and with a makers label on the reverse.