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 photographic postcard of many [soldiers] arranged in front of an [army] camp. The men are in relaxed poses, many are smiling, and some have placed camp mugs on top of their heads. On the back of the image is written, "Just after [VD]."
Consists of photographic postcard showing a portrait of a soldier within a frame. The card is titled, "Souvenir of the Great War" and shows the flags of the Allies behind the frame. The frame shows a decorated "119" at the top, and has maple leafs encircling it. Below the frame are drawn a moose, a beaver, woodland, and a crown with "Canada" written on it. On the back of the postcard is written: "To Mr. & Mrs. Beer with best [...] From [G.C.] Arnett. 334 182 119 Canadians Whitley Surrey Aug 4/17"