Consists of a newspaper clipping of a photograph of many soldiers wearing kilts and a priest standing among many freshly dug graves. The byline of the photograph reads: "A British Chaplain at a burial on the battlefield." The photo is credited to Canadian official.
Item consists of photographic group portrait of nurses, staff, military officers and other affiliated with the American Y.M.C.A. of Plymouth, England. Florence Bartlett is tentatively identified as woman in nurse's uniform, second row, second from left. From file labelled: Loose photos: Nurses WWI.
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."
Consists of photograph of a uniformed man standing in front of a field where several men are sitting or lying. There are rifles arranged among them. On the back of the photograph is written: "… a Snap taken … Bivouac one … of course you … know who it is ... just going to have dinner." Several of the words are unreadable.