||Printed report measuring 210x335mm containing 34 original prints tipped-in, with brief letterpress captions beneath. The photographs accompany the report by G.A. Nevill, Political Officer, Western Section, North-East Frontier, on his visit to the Aka Hills, the purpose of which is outlined at the start of the report: 'On the 17th November I was informed by telegraph that my proposals to visit the Aka Hills had been approved by the Government of India and that two lakhs had been allotted to cover the expenditure of the expedition. The objects of the expedition were to visit the Aka country and to establish friendly relations with the inhabitants; if time allowed, to visit the Mijis and the people living north of the Akas and to survey as much country as possible...' British officers who served on the expedition were: Captain G.A. Nevill, Political Officer, Captain A.L.M. Molesworth, Gurkha Rifles, Assistant Political Officer, Captain A.M. Graham, Naga Hills Military Police, commanding escort, Captain G.D. Mathew, Naga Hills Military Police, Captain W.B. Dunlop, Supply and Transport Corps, in charge of supplies, Captain R.S. Kennedy, I.M.S., in medical charge, and Lieutenant P.G. Huddleston, R.E., Survey.
The photographer is not credited in the body of the report, but a number of prints are duplicated elsewhere in the Bailey Collection (see Photo 1083/37 prints 33-34, 36) and are there credited to Kennedy.