More than 150 amateur photographs corner-mounted on 12 large loose pages formerly part of a scrapbook. The photographs, chiefly 2x3 inches, capture scenes in Italy, often with Cunningham or his fellow African American soldiers in the foreground. Subjects include city streets, rural landscapes, coastal views, damaged buildings and destroyed tanks, Italian citizens, American soldiers, and partisan cemeteries. Brief, handwritten captions identify colleagues or locations including Pisa, Viareggio, Pietrasanta, Massa, Genoa, and Savona. The first few pages of the scrapbook include appointment certificates demonstrating Cunningham's rise in the military, along with photographs taken at Camp Williams near Lehi, Utah. One page features two poems, one dedicated to his wife, and four news clippings announcing the African American division's return home.