This is a photo of U. S. Mennonite Relief workers in Russia. They are posing on a yard with shrubbery in the background. The men are dressed in suit and tie. (Left to right): Mrs. Barbara Hofer with her husband, David Hofer, Arthur W. Slagel, H. C. Yoder and Peter H. Unruh.
This is a photo of a group, possibly all members of one family, posing on the deck of a ship. The man has a moustache and is dressed in a suit and tie. He is holding a small child wearing a white fur-trimmed cap. The woman is wearing a warm hat and a large scarf over her shoulders. There is an older girl standing beside her and also three young boys standing with their parents. This photo was included in the Novorossiysk envelope but possibly taken on another ship..
This is a photo of a rural road leading into a village. A cyclist is headed toward the camera from a distance. A sign on the right in French translates "Oil imported for Automobiles" and "K?rvoline". Arthur Slagel describes this as a restored village near Argonne, France, in 1924.
This is a photo taken in France of a dirt road passing by a cluster of buildings on the left, possibly residences. A railway bridge crosses the road. There is a flat landscape in the background with some bushes.
This is a photo of a loaded, Russian ladder-wagon standing alongside a road. Two men and a young boy are standing in front of the two oxen that are pulling the wagon. There is a car parked behind the wagon.