1 photograph : b&w ; in black cardstock frame with grey corner sleeves. b&w image shows King George V (centre) standing outdoors with his sons David (left) and Albert (right) on either side of him, all three men dressed in uniforms. circa 1930. Prince David, also known as Edward VIII, is standing to the left of King George V, with his hands clasped together in front of himself. He is wearing a military hat with an insignia in the centre just above the hat brim, a white shirt with knotted tie, and a military uniform with three thin stripes and three thick stripes on the sleeves at the forearms and an eagle pin and two rows of military bars on the left just above the left breast pocket and underneath the left lapel, uniform pants, and dark polished shoes. The King is standing in the centre with his right hand closed in a loose fist at his side and his left hand holding his gloves and gripping his cane. The cane is a simple style of dark wood, with a gold or metal ring a few inches thick just below the handle. The King has a trimmed grey beard and mustache and his uniform is similar to Prince David's, with a few differences. The King has a larger eagle pin and three rows of military bars, including some pins that are larger and look different, as well as four thin stripes instead of just three at the sleeves. To the King's right, Prince Albert is standing with both hands at his sides, with his right hand holding his gloves and his left hand loosely held in a fist. Prince Albert is wearing a similar uniform to his father and brother, with a similar large eagle pin and three rows of military bars as his father, but only one thin stripe on his sleeves. The trio are standing on grass, with bushes and trees behind them. There appears to be some blurring from sunshine in the top right and bottom right corners. The back of the black cardstock backing is plain, with no written notes.