The scrapbook contains numerous photographs from the war, many of which show war-damaged parts of France. The album includes photographs of, among others, Abbeville (p. 28), Amiens (p. 11), Arras (pp. 13, 27, 35, 47, 77, 80 and 99), Douai (pp. 3, 21, 44 and 99), Dourges (p. 22), Drocourt (p. 22), La Targette (pp. 15 and 77), Lens (pp. 17 and 86), Mont-St-Eloi (p. 19), Neuville-St-Vaast (pp. 19 and 81), Souchez (pp. 8 and 15) and Vimy (p. 15). There are also photographs of army personnel, including Clarke himself (p. 54), but many of these are uncaptioned.
The album includes programmes and other material relating to the forces' sporting activities. These included boxing tournaments, some of which were refereed by Clarke; football, including the Abbeville Football League (pp. 64-67); divisional sports, including athletics; swimming; and train sports (wrestling on horseback). Clarke's work as a supply officer is reflected in the many items relating to the supply of the troops, including a list of prices (p. 22). There is also material connected to his work at the Advanced Horse Transport Depot at Abbeville, including papers relating to the care of horses, details of a transport course for officers (pp. 72-73) and diagrams of a horse's anatomy (p. 73).
The rest of the album is comprised of a wide selection of material relating to the conflict. There are letters from Clarke's colleagues; orders and directives issued to the troops, including town orders for Ypres, 1917 (pp. 46-47); maps depicting events during the war, including a map of 'Le Champ de Bataille D'Arras' (p. 8); newscuttings on the Army Service Corps (p. 54), obituaries (p. 55) and other matters connected to the war; a diagram showing the numbers of infantry and horses in the Territorial Infantry Division (p. 25); items concerning K.E. Rowe (p. 33); and ration cards.