A finely produced decorated album, with suede leather binding and purple silk lining, containing 12 photographs relating to the Queen Mary's Auxiliary Army Corps (QMAAC) during the First World War. The photos are interspersed with pages of hand-painted illustrations and illuminated manuscript lettering. The work is entitled "'N' Lines, Brocton, 'Steady', July 30th 1918". The photos were taken at Brocton Camp on Cannock Chase in Staffordshire in 1918.
Photos include: portrait of the staff, July 1918; interior of Unit Administrator Winifred Bedford's room (the page has also been signed by Winifred Bedford; interior of the Unit Administrator's office; sick bay and canteen; Platoons from 'A' and 'B' Companies lined up for a commemoration service parade and march past, 4 August 1918; interiors of sleeping huts and recreation room; countryside scenes on Cannock Chase.