A view of the Hotel and Llyn Efyrnwy, the well-known tower in the background. This appears be the original negative that produced the image copied in JPJ019. Interestingly the original title written on this negative reads "27. Vyrnwy Hotel and Lake pub. by E.C. Burns" implying this is one in a series of postcards. In addition an adhesive label on the negative reads "Welshpool 2868"
A watercolour of the mountains of Snowdonia dominated by Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) painted on a page from an artists pad, evidenced by the perforations on the the right hand side. The painting has been photographed with a Kodak Colour Control Patch visible at the top of the frame.
An unframed ink and wash drawing looking down the north coast of the Lleyn Peninsula towards Yr Eifl. Has been photographed with a Kodak Colour Control Patch and a Gray Scale card visible in the bottom of the frame.
Studio portrait of a young woman in the Auxiliary Territorial Service. The 'grenade' badge above her left breast pocket indicates that she is assigned to a mixed sex Royal Artillery battery of Anti-Aircraft Command. She also wears a recognition patch on her upper left sleeve.