This coverless album measures 13.5 x 10” and contains around 300 black-and-white photos from 1942 to 1945. The album may have been compiled by a woman affiliated with the military during WWII, as there are photos annotated as “me,” which are of a woman. Or perhaps she added photos later? There are snapshots from trips to Manila, Kyoto, Parris Island, Uruguay, Tunisia, and Italy. There are many typical tourist photos of buildings and lovely views from the places visited, but there are also eerie photos of bombed buildings in Manila, which are contrasted later in the album with light-hearted snapshots of a mule race. There are also photos of the 180° meridian crossing on the ship. Towards the back of the album, most of the photos are clearly commercial photos that were cut out and placed in the album. Other ephemera include a menu for the 2nd anniversary dinner dance at 114 Station Hospital. Photos measure between 1.5 x 2” and 5 x 4.25” and are either taped to the pages or held with corner tabs. While there are annotations on many photos, their location changes from on the page, to on the photos, to being typed on separate pieces of paper which have been pasted in. There are around 13 loose photos and around 18 appear to be missing.