There are 77 photos in this 7.25” x 10” this circa 1910 photo album. Forty-eight photos are of antique furniture, most with typewritten paste-down identifications. Then there are some catalog or magazine cut-outs on antique furniture and in the back of the album are twenty-nine snapshots of a trip to what I believe is the American South. One photo shows the E.E. Forbes Piano Company in the background, which was one of the largest retailers of pianos and organs in the Southern United States during the first quarter of the 20th Century. A couple of photos show a man looking at furniture at an antique store, and others show horse and buggy and mule transportation of heavy items and some large estates. One of the interesting things in this album, is the label on the inside cover which says “From the Studios of MERTON L. GERSHUN, Designer of Furniture – 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago.” Gershun was a well-known Mid Century Modern furniture designer. I imagine that this album was used as a reference or learning tool. One page is missing its item otherwise, the album is in good condition.