This collection consists of one leatherbound diary published by Jordan and Company in Chicago, Illinois, and inscribed by Thomas E. Kyne. The front cover displays the words "Soldier's Diary," the words "English-French Edition" beneath it, and a vignette of an eagle with spread wings. It is dedicated to "Tommie with best wishes and good luck" by someone who has signed his or her name as "Deity." Pages of the diary consist of a stamped image of the American flag at the top alongside a line for the date. The first half of the text consists of handwritten diary entries and a drawn sketch of a bird, while the latter half includes pressed flowers and four-leaf clovers alongside their handwritten dates and locations of collection. Also included are a business card for the Red Cross, a small paper Christian bookmark, and a golden cloth military bookmark. The back of the diary contains a monthly calendar for the years 1918 and 1919, a small glossary of common French words and their English translations, and First Aid information. The earliest date recorded in the diary is June 29th, 1918, and the latest is June 29th, 1919.