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Photograph album of Edith M. Wood of Long Beach, containing snapshots of California, 1909-1920
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Family snapshot album documenting people, places, pets, cars, and events in the life of Edith M. Wood, of 125 Cedar Ave., Long Beach, California, between ca. 1909 to ca. 1918. Probable range of dates from scattered dates supplied in album captions.
1 album (363 photographic prints) : b&w, 26 x 34 cm (album)

Photographs are mounted on first 48 of 50 leaves of stiff black paper, with two photos mounted on back pastedown; some scattered captions, and two poems added in white ink, probably by album owner Edith Wood; two photographs laid in, in mylar sleeve.

Bound in dark brown cloth covers, tied with black silk cord threaded through two grommets along left edge; gold-stamped cover title "Photographs."

Spec. Coll. copy: In modern beige cloth-covered clamshell box.
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