Photographic prints and glass stereoscopic slides mostly relating to the service of Conrad Godwin Goddard with the US Army during the First World War. Subjects include: Infantry training in the USA, August 1915 - August 1916 (note below one prints states 1st & 2nd Business Mens Military Training); Military motor transport; pontoon bridge constructed for 1917 offensive on the Aisne; US Camp at Jouaigne; Fort Malmaison; the drawing office of Morane Saulnier; interior view of the Breguet aircraft factory at Velizy-Villacoublay; a Breguet 14A2 powered by a Liberty aero engine (note on slide states this was the first Liberty engine to fly in France during spring 1918. The images show Captain Graves, Assistant Engineer Goddard and Corporal Pat Lester with the aircraft fueslage after installation of the engine; the aircraft before flight and in flight); captured Albatros scout and Fokker DVII in Allied markings; 4 July celebrations in Strasbourg during 1918; Captain Graves alongside a Fiat engined Breguet aircraft; Sergeant Peter Winshin and Corporal Frank Grady with motor transport; war damage in Arras, Chartres, Rheims and Senlis including cathedrals; French artillery in action at Moulins on the Aisne; French troops with war trophies (captured German machine guns and minenwerfer); French artillery in action during Gallipoli Campaign; Serbian manned 75mm field gun on anti-aircraft duty; aftermath of raid raids on Paris 29 January 1916 and October 1918.
Six black and white photographic prints (dimensions: 140mm x 90mm). All were originally mounted in an album. A number carry caption information (handwritten in ink) on remains of album page. One black and white print (dimensions 170mm x 230mm) with Breguet company ink stamp and handwritten annotations on reverse.
Forty-six glass sepia-toned stereoscopic slides (dimensions: 110mm x 45mm) all bear captions (handwritten in ink) and the manufacturer's name: Verascope Richard.