15.25” x 9.75” brown suede photo album, which cover features images of Native Americans on the front, with the words “Kodak Pictures,” which is a bit faint. The album was once string-bound, though the string is missing and the pages are loose. There are about 210 black and white photos of what seem to be teachers, students, and friends of a school in West Barnstable, Massachusetts, from the early 1900s. Photos measure between 2” x 2.5” and 6.5” x 4.75” and are glued to the pages. Most of the photographs are annotated with amusing comments in a unique script, and some comments have been penned onto photos. A few individuals are identified by name. One page is a collage of penny-photos on the page and there are two class photos. A few pages at the back of the album are unused and three photos are missing. An amusing photo album, which makes me think that any student in her class would be lucky.