A wooden string-bound album measuring 7.5 x 4.75” with a color illustration of a horse-drawn chariot and archers on the front, which says “Egypt.” This complete album has 59 black-and-white photos, include a few photo postcards from a 1944 trip to Egypt. One of the first photos is of a group arriving in Egypt with the caption: “We arrive at Alex. Friends of the Duchess.” There are some lovely views of the Nile, Egyptian market and street views, a visit to the Cairo Zoo, Mena House, and interesting comparative photos between town bus service and country bus service, and two different ways of raising water using either horses or manpower. There are stunning photos of the Mosque of Muhammad Ali, the camel ride to the pyramids, and several photos of the Sphinx from different angles. The last photo in the album features people at a lunch or dinner; the commentary on the back of the photo reads: “With compliments and the best of luck to Wilfred Hubbard from Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Z.” (the entire last name is difficult to make out). Photographs measure between 1.5 x 1.5” and 5.5 x 3.75” and are held to the pages with corner tabs and annotated.