Ink drawing of the prison encampment for the captured Japanese prisoners of war. A barbed wire fence is in the foreground and a long line of men in the middle distance to the left. A guard stands next to a wooden fence beyond the barbed wire. Barracks in the background fade into line drawings.
Verso: "Summer 1945."
Ink drawing of soldiers standing and squatting on an open field. Mountains are in the far background.
Verso: "Nov 7, 1944. Scene during break at drill grounds. Two latrines are shown just to the rear of the furthest groups of men. The 269th R/CO is in the near background while beyond that is the jungle and mountains."
Maurice noted that R/CO stands for Replacement Company.
Ink drawing of an open area with screen tables, labeled, "Mess Hall from 'Dining Room'." Stacked supplies and a large truck are in the background.
Verso: "Nov. 15, 1944. My second session of K.P. This sketch was the first time (last Saturday) and finished this morning. The table tops are made of wire stripping. In the background is the Mess Hall. The wagon is a steam wagon for steam cooking and the drum on a stand is its fuel supply. The tent at the extreme right is hallowed ground not to be trodden on by the K.P.s, the officer's mess tent."
Maurice explained that the table they ate at was just a kind of woven metal.