11.25 x 7.5” brown textured sting-bound photo album with “Photographs” written on the cover in gold. There is a sticker on the front cover which is very light, but I believe it says “Fourth book of postcard size pictures, #192-#358, 1923-1928.” This wonderfully annotated album, features nearly 200 black and white photographs that appear to be from the Danielson family of Goodland, Kansas. The photos depict trips to Salt Lake City and California, but the majority of photos are from Kansas. Some of the annotations are quite detailed and give you a good look at life in Kansas a hundred years ago. A few of the more interesting photos show a very tall woman in the circus, whose height was 8 feet tall, a wrecker lifting a coal car after damage to the K-96 highway, horse racing, a bi-plane from Texas, the effects of a cyclone, typical homes built by Kansas settlers, a terrific photo of a boy in a Halloween mask, a Danielson family reunion, etc. Most photos measure about 3.25” x 5” and are held to the pages with corner tabs. The photographs are numbered throughout the album, beginning with 192 and ending with 358, however, not all of the photos are numbered. It appears that there were once other albums that went with this one, but I only have this one. The album is complete and in very good condition. It is one of the kind of albums that you fall in love with.