7.5 x 9.5” album in red with striking Egyptian reliefs depicted in silver on the front and spine of the album. The inside of the album is no longer attached to the cover. There are over 100 black and white photos from a 1936 trip to South Africa undertaken by a large group of young people. Locations shown include Madeira in Portugal, Johannesburg, Cape Town and Cape Point, Muizenberg, Pretoria, Vereeniging, and Natal. The group are shown enjoying themselves throughout their adventure, from the deck of the R.M.S. Edinburgh Castle, to what appears to be a celebration and the Empire Exhibition, to time spent on the cliffs of Cape Point. Photographs measure between 1.25 x 1.5” and 6.75 x 4.75,” with six of the larger photos being wonderful shots of natives in Africa. The photos are glued to the pages and annotated with the location and date. Each page is numbered, and each photograph on each page is numbered; because of this, you know that about fifteen of the 54 numbered pages are missing. It is still quite a lovely album where you can feel the fun and adventure that was had.