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.
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"
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.