[PHOTO ALBUM[NEW YORK][CONEY ISLAND][WEST POINT][JOAN CRAWFORD]
There are about 225 snapshots in this 7.5” x 11.5 photo album with 38 pages. It was put together by an unnamed man in his adulthood, and shows photos of him taken in his youth until the late 1920s, when he appears to be in his 20s. There are annotations typed out and pasted onto the page and include photos of his family, who are of Norwegian origin, camping and goofing around with his friends, photos of Joan Crawford and William Haynes at West Point where they were filming a movie, Miller Aviation Field in Staten Island and photos from places in New York, including Flatbush, Prospect Park, Suffern, Adirondacks, etc. It appears that this fella lived in New York, probably Brooklyn, but it remains a mystery. The album is complete and in very good condition with many wonderful photos.