I thought this might be of interest to the military history buffs and it seemed appropriate for Remembrance Sunday. It's a linen bag of official WW1 photos that surfaced from the in-law's house. The bag has a note inside saying "Sent to us during Great War" written by a relative who was a nurse at Ladysmith. These are photos that were sent from London to South Africa, presumably for publication. There are a lot of them (I counted well over 100) and they are from various different theatres in the war (not just the Western Front).
I wanted to put them in one of the slip-in style photo albums with see-through plastic sleeves, to protect them (they have curled up at the edges but are otherwise in good condition for their age), but I can only find ones for 6 x 4" photo. These are all roughly 6 x 8". Does anyone have any ideas where I could but a suitable photo album? Nowadays, everything is digital I suppose.
I did wonder if something like the Imperial War Museum would be interested, but I assume they will already have copies of any official photos.
Anyway, this is the bag of photos, with a random selection of a few of the photos and their captions. Each one has an official stamp and a caption on the back.