10.5 x 7.25” black album with “Photographs” in faded white on the cover. This album appears to have been compiled by “Babs” Sturgis, identified by a place card for a reunion found within the album, and she identifies herself in annotations as a young girl that appears in several photos. The album has about 185 black and white photos from travel around New York City and parts of New England, and includes the Home for Irish Girls, Rockaway Beach, Watch Hill House, Ashfield, Tarrytown, Staten Island, etc. There are also photos of men in military uniform during the WWI time period, beach photos, cats, dogs, horses and people enjoying life. Photographs are from the 1910s and measure between 1.75 x 2.5” and 5.5 x 3.5”, and are glued onto the black pages. All photographs are accompanied by either white annotations, or penned comments on photo borders which identify people and places. One page is missing a photo or two and one photo is detached. A lovely album, especially the shots of New York City.