Three albums containing black and white photographs relating to the service of an unidentified infantry officer in India and Palestine during the First World War. The first album covers his voyage from Plymouth to Bombay on the troopship HMT KENILWORTH CASTLE (March - May 1917). Photographs include portraits of the photographer, Captains Jameson DSO (3rd King's Liverpool's and Gurkhas) and Williams (Welch Regiment), Lieutenants Frederick Barter VC (1st Royal Welch Fusiliers and 4th/3rd Battalion, Queen Alexandra's Own Gurkha Rifles also sack race on the promenade deck and boat drill; armament on the troopship; the armoured cruisers HMS KENT and HMS KING ARTHUR off Freetown, Sierra Leone; Durban harbour and army rest camp and the troopship HMT MARMORA in the Indian Ocean.
The second album covers service in India - possibly 2nd Battalion, King's (Liverpool Regiment): route marches, polo and hockey and landscapes at Cherat; the camp at Abbottabad and officers on a mountain warfare course and undergoing Lewis Gun instruction.
Photographs in the third album cover Palestine and mainly relate to the work of a YMCA canteen near the front line. There are photographs of the canteen staff; stocking up, the Reverend A H Griffiths; the main supply depot at Romani; the large cam,p at El Arish and a 60-pounder gun under camouflage netting.
Three photograph albums containing black and white prints. Two of the albums are covered in red cloth have a black key motif running across the lower part of the front cover above whihc is the work KODAK in ornate gold letters. Both albums also have two paper labels glued to the front covers with handwritten annotations. The third album is a brown card covered album with cloth covered spine a press cutting is glued inside the front cover of this album. The photographic prints are slip mounted in all three albums. Handwritten annotations in ink are to be found on many of the album pages.