Image 1: Agree, camel, and (drum roll, pls Cecil) not Sopwith (tish)
Image 13: Two seater so not a Bristol Bulldog. No rear cockpit armament: Armstrong Whitworth Atlas dual control trainer?
Image 14: Looks to be 2 Sqns, with 9 and 10 aircraft that might be Armstrong Whitworth Atlas aircraft at "dress": awaiting formal inspection, maybe?
Image 15: Two seater, serial J9, possibly Atlas.
Image 21: 8 or 9 aircraft, possibly Bulldog 2A from the fin form, K serials
Image 44: Agree, Hawker Hurricane, apparently the Feb 1936 prototype K5083 (note undercarriage door form)
Image 46: Gloster Gauntlet, left, serial K7864 65 Sqn 15 Dec 36, 111 Sqn 3 Aug 37, 213 Sqn 21 Mar 38, then Maintenance Units finally at 19 Elementary & Reserve Flying Training School 5 Aug 39
Gloster Gladiator, right, glazed cockpit framing visible, K serial not resolvable
Image 47: Not Hawker Tomtit, from tail fin, which looks to be...Bristol Bulldog to me
Image 48: Agree, Hawker Audax K7525 of 4 FTS from c Sep 1936 at Habbaniya, Iraq, 'C' Sqn Habbaniya Striking Force May 41, damaged by ground fire nr Habbaniya 2 May 41, repaired on site, then 52 Sqn, 173 Sqn, 267 Sqn, 201 Group Communication Flight, Struck off charge 26 Jul 44.
That's as far as I got. Quite open to correction on interpretation...
Text and images in
Halley The K File: The RAF of the 1930s (AB 1995)
Thompson & Sturtivant RAF Aircraft J1-J9999 etc (AB 1987)
A fine album of the period and of considerable enduring interest, with well captured images of sometimes rather difficult images. Much appreciate seeing these.