Portrait of Lieutenant Ricardo Z. (on the left and in khaki uniform) and another lieutenant in summer "rayadillo" of the 1st Chasseur Battalion "África" in a tent of the Segangan Outpost. In the front we can read a post war inscription "Melilla 1914 Ricardo" while in the back the original writing: "To my beloved brother Pepe and my sister Mercedes in proof of the affection that their Ricardo has for them. Segangan 23-11-13."
Portrait of the Volunteer Red Cross nurse Carmen Margalines prior embarking to Africa taking a cup of tea. We can read: "To my Beloved friend in prove of the affection that I had to her, I dedicate her this souvenir. Your friend, Carmen Margalines". Photo taken by J. Alonso, decorated with the Royal Coat of Arms ( that means authorized by the Royal Family ), Barcelona 16/2/1920.
A group of Spanish Infantry Soldiers making fun of the height of a fellow soldier, the man in the right is pretending to be a riffian guerrilla fighter using a blanket as a Djellaba/Chilaba ( a long, loose-fitting unisex outer robe with full sleeves that is worn in the Maghreb region of North Africa). Barracks of Son Busquets , Palma de Mallorca 1918.