Album of amateur photographs documenting a trip by steamship and train from California [San Francisco?] to Portland, Oregon
to visit the Lewis and Clark Exposition of 1905.
1 album (80 photographic prints) : gelatin silver, 24 x 29 cm (album)
Photographs (approximately 6 x 18.5 cm) are mounted to rectos of leaves of heavy black paper, three to a page; captions in
faded white ink below some of the photographs. A single photograph (12 x 17.5 cm) of unidentified houses at water's edge of
a river or bay is laid in, stamped on verso with photographer's name: "Photographed by B.W. Merrill, Boston, Mass."
Bound in limp red suede covers, laced together with red suede leather ties; tooled illustration on upper cover of a poinsettia
flower and title "Photos."
Spec. Coll. copy: in modern beige cloth clamshell box.
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