14.75 x 11.25” album with a navy blue over and “Photographs” written in gold. This album only has a front cover, as the back cover is missing; as such, the pages are not bound. The album has 68 photos that date from the early 1900s, inserted into square pockets on grey pages. The photographs measure around 4.5 x 3.5” and are accompanied by penciled in annotations which identify the locations in the images. Photos show Michigan and Canada and include the Ash Rapids on Shoal Lake, Fort William Harbor, the Sault Canal, Cameron Island, Sultana Mine and there are also photos of uniformed men at Fort Brady. It looks like perhaps this was some sort of company business trip. A few pages have torn slots, some of the photos are faded and some of the handwritten annotations are a bit hard to make out.