Stereoscopic transparencies covering British and French forces on the Western Front between 1915 - 1918. There are also three transparencies relating to the Serbian Army and two for the Gallipoli Campaign. Subjects include a British military funeral at Boulogne; Fort de Tavannes and destruction around Fort Vaux at Verdun in 1916; scenes in French trenches during 1915 and 1916; flooded land near Dixmude in September 1918; British and French tanks (Renault FT.17 and St Chamond); views of French 75mm field gun and British 18-pounder field gun moving forward; Chasseurs d'Alpins and a Scottish battalion on the march; French soldiers bringing in German prisoners; arrival of the Indian Corps at Marseilles; a convoy of lorries; a forward observation post; an kite balloon ascending; groups of Scottish and Indian soldiers; camouflaged roads; military equipment destroyed by artillery bombardment and captured German equipment on public display in Paris at the time of the Armistice including an A7V tank, artillery pieces and observation kite balloon. One particularly interesting photograph shows a pilot in a two-seat aircraft whilst in flight. Also, scenes of destruction in towns and villages on the Western Front including Amiens, Arras, Beauval, Eglise de Merville, Eparges, Soissons and Ypres (includes two aerial views). The Gallipoli images are views of trenches, one showing a dead body. Those for the Serbian Army show Austro-Hungarian prisoners getting soup, an emplaced field gun and a female soldier outside an aeroplane hanger. Also included in the collection is a single photograph of an avenue of trees in the French section of the Allied military cemetery in Salonika called Zeitenlik or Lembet Road.
There are also a number of pre-First World War images of places in France including four of the Somme region, one of the port at La Rochelle and two of the Grand Harbour at Malta.