The contents are as follows.
(i) Correspondence and papers, including copies of earlier material, relating to the reorganisation of army administration, 1905 (folio l);
(ii) Memorandum by Lord Kitchener, 1906, concerning army reforms, an answer to the article by John and Richard Strachey, 'Playing with fire: Mr Brodrick and Lord Curzon', ‘National Review’, volume xlvi, 1905-1906, pages 593-620 (folio 151);
(iii) Miscellaneous papers connected with the reform of army administration in India, 1906 (folio 169);
(iv) Memoranda on the financial and personnel effects of the abolition of the Department of Military Supply, 1909-1910 (folio 193);
(v) Memorandum possibly by Sir James Dunlop Smith, circa 1916, concerning the army reforms of 1906 (folio 239).