The collection comprises a 9 1/4 x 13 inch accordion-bound photograph album containing 158 black-and-white and a few color photographs. A few of the pages are separated from the original bindings. Many of the images are labeled with soldier's names and some locations. The soldier who assembled this album was almost certainly Henry Heyliger, named many times in the album. Most of the photographs document the 610th Port Company based in Yokohama, Japan, 1947. There are a number of portraits, and many snapshots showing the men around base, marching, working, relaxing, and posing with Japanese women. A large group photograph shows 18 members of the 120th Tng (Training?) Company and Regiment, laid-in, now in a separate folder; there is also a separate clipping. There are two U.S. photographs, showing young African Americans enjoying Hamid Pier beach in Atlantic City, as well as a color postcard addressed to Henry Heyliger at a military base in San Francisco (crossed out, with Los Angeles military address added), from Atlantic City from "Doris," who is probably the Doris Hensley in a photograph mounted on the same page as a larger color (hand-tinted) photograph of Henry Heyliger. Acquired as part of the John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture at Duke University.