One of 474 photographs in an album that belonged to Sergeant John Lord, documenting military service in Egypt during World War I. He was probably the photographer.

The album is a lined notebook completely filled with small amateur photographs, mostly 65 x 45mm, glued onto pages.

Description of Content

Horse-drawn ambulance in desert setting. Red cross on cloth (probably canvas) side of ambulance. One man sits in the driver's seat with hood overhead. Four other men stand adjacent to the team of four horses harnessed to the ambulance. One of them wears a pith helmet.

Physical Description

Black and white photograph on paper, mounted in a small army-issued exercise book, with red leather spine and black card cover.

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