One album covering the service of Captain Walter 'Toby' Oswald Watt with the French Aviation Militaire during the First World War, including photographs of airmen with their aircraft including Oswald Watt in his aircraft, prints of Bleriot, Nieuport, Maurice Farman, Morane, Caudron and Spad aircraft, accommodation, scenes on the Western Front including photographs of destruction in Soissons, Beaumont, Rambucourt. The collection also includes photographs of French artillery on the Western Front including the 75mm in action near Beaumont, anti-aircraft guns, artillery shelters, shell stores, vehicle mounted searchlight, French soldiers using trench mortars and bomb throwers, trench scenes and air to air photographs. Also included are a set of photographs believed to be Watt with a Farman two-seater biplane with nose art 'Advance Australia' with two kangeroos.
One grey card album bound with green cord. Front cover embossed with a a design and 'Snap-Shots'. Black and white prints mounted (adhesive) onto black card leaves with minimal handwritten annotations on leaves and prints in blue ink.