This scrapbook was compiled by Mary Leihr during 1926 and 1927. The scrapbook includes drawings, cartoons, notes, letters,
and telegrams sent by Mary's beau Al William Logan, a travelling saleman. Many of the cartoons and sketches express Al's adoration
for Mary and illustrate his travels. The notes and sketches are also representative of 1920s American culture with references
to fashion, radio, race, and humor.
Mary Leihr lived in Indianiapolis, Indiana during the 1920s. Her beau, Al William Logan, appears to have been a travelling
saleman. He wrote Mary letters and drew her sketches while he was away on business in California, Oregon, Washington, North
Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota.
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