Consists of photograph of a man in uniform and a man in a suit in a garden. On the back of the photograph is written: "This was taken in England just before I come[sic] to France. My Brother who was wounded and discharged now, and of course you will know who the other one is Taken at home for Vivien."
Image of a group of houses and buildings on a street. A wall of one of the buildings features a nationalist/republican mural with a chained hand holding a flower over a map of Ireland, heraldic shields, and a "Free Ireland" slogan. Another building features a mural that says "The fools the fools they have left us our Fenian dead and while Ireland holds these graves Ireland unfree shall never be at peace." A car, part of a truck, and a woman walking are also visible.