Album of amateur photographs, dated April-Nov. 1903, documenting a trip by a group of German-speaking travelers from the area
around Troy in upstate New York, to Los Angeles, Calif.
1 album (204 photographic prints) : b&w ; 31 x 26 cm (album)
Photographs (199) are mounted on first  leaves of white paper (now very brown and brittle with age), generally four to
a page, but in the case of larger photographs, one or two to a page; first  leaves contain captions, principally in German,
neatly written in ink below photograph, including identification of subject and date. Towards the end of the album, what captions
there are have been hastily scribbled in pencil, most undated. In some cases, no captions are supplied at all. Fifty-six leaves
at end are blank, with five loose photographs laid in, possibly photos sent to the owner of the album from relatives or friends
Bound in contemporary half-binding of red and green marbled paper boards, with black leather spine and corners.
Spec. Coll. copy: For preservation purposes, album has been disbound, with leaves individually housed within mylar sleeves,
and laid in original album covers, preserving original arrangement. In modern beige cloth clamshell box with velcro closure;
box label reads "Southern California 94/50."
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