Photograph of Captain Malins and Captain MacMillan of the World Flight in 1922. Writing on reverse reads "Capt. Geoffrey Malins O.B.E. & Capt. Norman Macmillan M.C., A.F.C. From Chorus to Adventurers by Roger Pocock (John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd. London)".
Photograph of a letter from Lord Kitchener to Pocock dated 11 April 1909. Writing on reverse reads "Letter from Lord Kitchener; From Chorus to Adventurers By Roger Pocock; John Lane, Bodley Head Ltd. London)".
Photograph of the snowy, mountainous shoreline of Magdalena Bay and the schooner Terningen taken from the shore. The schooner. Location and ship identified from Pocock's book A Chorus to Adventurers (1931, p. 242).
Photograph of an unidentified man laying down and four horses grazing at base of Comb Ridge, Utah. Writing on reverse reads "no 5; A wonder of the Desert; The Comb Ridge 150 1' high 100 meters long; like a sea breaker rushing straight at you" ; "[line?] on sky [shoner?] not [shown?]" ; and "Pictoral Mag". Text reads "Horses and pack-ponies near Comb Ridge in Utah."
Photograph of an unknown man standing in the foreground of a forested, mountainous terrain. There is a log cabin on the left side of the photo. Writing on reverse reads "The trapper at Earl Grey's cabins; Toby Creek; Selkirks. Looking up Wells Pass".
Photograph of three Indigenous men and a child on horseback, all in full regalia. They are likely from the Nakoda (Stoney) or Niitsitapi/ Siksikaitsitapi (Blackfoot) Nations. Writing on reverse reads "Note Indian Chiefs son wearing Buffalo horn [insignia?] of rank".
Photograph of nine unidentified men sitting on a wooden beam, taken near Bull River, BC. Writing on reverse reads "No. 2" and on the accompanying sheet of paper it reads "Photograph No. 2 - The men who liberated the jam by inserting charges of dynamite." There are also descriptions for two other photographs, but they were not found with this one.
Photograph of an opened coffin and bones among the rocks of Magdalena Bay in Norway. Writing on reverse reads "The unburied dead of the Arctic". Location identified from Pocock's book A Chorus to Adventurers (1931, p. 243).
Photograph of five police officers on horse-drawn cart. Writing on reverse reads "This is Police force-in-hand at Banff 1895. [Teamstere] Constable Gordon Front Seat. J.P. French aged 18 (Col. J.P.F., D.S.O.); Constable Clark; Baron Karl Craig (from Denmark); Cons. [?]lesworth (from Ottawa); Cons. Clark became C. of E. [Parson?]." Pocock likely acquired this photo in 1897 while on patrol with RCMP.
Photograph of R.A.F. soldier standing by a motorcycle in front of the orderly house during the First World War. Writing on reverse reads "R.A.F. Chapter (crossed out) ; Eagles and Penguins Chapter ; The Dispatch Rider".
Photograph of Randle Cecil sitting on the step of a barn door. He is looking down and his face is hidden by his hat. Beside him a child is between two dogs. Randle Cecil (1889-1917) was son of Lord Rupert Ernest William Gascoyne-Cecil, Bishop of Exeter.
Photograph of an RCMP office and a woman embracing each other over a fence. Appears to be a still from an unidentified film. Writing on reverse reads "The Royal Mounted Police "From information received".
Photograph of an RCMP officer and a woman embracing each other over a fence while a man in a pith helmet looks on disapprovingly. Appears to be a still from an unidentified film. Writing on reverse reads "Duties of the Royal Mounted Police No 1."
Photograph of six unidentified men, one of which is on a horse-drawn wagon, in a prairie-like setting. This photograph is similar in style to photographs in Pocock's 1890 scrapbook but was found separately from it in folder of other photographs.
Photograph of four unidentified men, two of which are in uniform, standing in a R.A.F. cookhouse during the First World War. Writing on reverse reads "Eagles and Penguins Chapter ; Cut at side ; The Cookhouse".
Photograph of the ship the S.Y. Frontiersman that fueled the plane for the World Flight. Writing on reverse reads "S.y. Frontiersman; From Chorus to Adventurers By Roger Pocock (John Lane, The Bodley Head, Ltd., London)".
Photograph of two Indigenous men in full regalia on horseback. They are likely from the Nakoda (Stoney) or Niitsitapi/ Siksikaitsitapi (Blackfoot) Nations. They are riding down a street with many people standing on the sidewalk behind them.
Photograph of Indigenous women in full regalia on horseback, almost all facing away from the camera. They are likely from the Nakoda (Stoney) or Niitsitapi/ Siksikaitsitapi (Blackfoot) Nations. Writing on reverse reads "Squaws; Note travois".
Photograph overlooking an unidentified town on the Canadian Prairies from the railway tracks. Notable in the photo are a Canadian Pacific Railway Colonization Office and an advertisement for the C.P.R. Irrigation Canal east of Calgary. Writing on reverse reads "a prairie town".
Photographs showing a panoramic-like view in Monumental Park (now Monument Valley) in Arizona. Writing on front reads "Distant Views in Monumental Park, Northern Arizona, no. 302." and on reverse reads "No.5 Wonders of the Desert, City of Rocks 1200 ft high + 6 miles distant colour scarlet in Navajo Desert California."
Photograph (3 copies) of Randle Cecil on horseback beside another horse and a cabin somewhere in the Selkirk Mountains near 'Well's Pass' in BC. Writing on one photograph reverse reads "Cecil [rode?] in with the [stray?] horses; Earl Grey's cabins; Wells Pass; Selkirks".
Photograph of two unidentified men standing beside a giant skull-like object. Writing of reverse of each reads "Skull of a Sea-Serpent, From Chorus to Adventurers By Roger Pocock (John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd. London).
Six photographs of unidentified locations. There are two copies each image. Each photograph is of water front, either from the shore or from the water. The envelope is from Snohomish Studio, in Snohomish, Washington, and the handwriting on the front reads "Georg J. Henry, 2 - 3 1/4 x 4 1/2 - Den 40¢, 2 prints of each good 95¢, (22 prints) $1.35".