A photograph of a group of soldiers, the Lebanese Gendarmerie, Yousef Hobeiche is standing in the back and the note reads 'War of the Rebellion of the Druzes
Building fortifications in [illegible]', c. 1920s
A copy of a photograph of Yousef Hobeiche in the Lebanese gendarmerie taken in Khiam Marjeyoun, dated 1926. Inscription reads, 'My unit during inspection. I had broken my leg some time ago, and I couldn't wear the boots, so I dressed in a suit.'
A photograph of Yousef Hobeiche in Lebanese Gendarmerie, note reads 'My dear brother, I kiss your cheeks with longing. You are well and at peace. I hurried to you yesterday and today too to make sure we are reassured. Let me always know you are well.…
A copy of a photograph of Yousef Hobeiche and the Lebanese gendarmerie, dated 16 November 1928. Inscription reads, 'During the siege of [unclear].' Poem on the back means, 'You will miss me like the night misses the moon.'