Small sections of maps of the Somme district, France, showing trenches, etc., with message forms on the back and a note (manuscript) on one: 'the sector attacked by 27th U.S.A. Division and 3rd Australian Division on 29 Sept. 18', and photographic copy of the 'Accroche Wood' sector.
Black and white photograph showing dead horses on the beach. Photo caption says Beachey [Beachy] Bill's work, Anzac. "Beachy Bill" was the collective nickname given to a battery of Turkish guns located in a position known as the "Olive Grove". The guns were constantly seeking out targets on the beach at Anzac Cove, thus the nickname.