11.25 x 7.25” black string-bound photo album with “Photographs” written on the front. Contains around 328 black and white photographs measuring between 2.75 x 4.5” and 8 x 5.25” which are glued to the black pages. Photos are accompanied by typed annotations and some photos feature writing on them. The album covers the life of a military family from 1925 to 1931, presumably the family of Kie Doty, his wife, and their children, William Kahlen Doty and Kie Jr., as they moved around the country. Photos show family life, military friends, and natures scenes. The family starts at Camp Dix, New Jersey, and travels to Fort McKinley, Maine, and the Chilkoot Barracks in Alaska. Throughout the years there are also photos of the family visiting family in Richmond, Kentucky, as well as Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Other places visited include Vermont, Washington, D.C., and California, the latter of which produced some eerie photos of fires in the Red Tahquitz. Photos in the back of the album show cadets in West Point. There was also a visit to the Pilgrims Monument in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where the family found the name “Edward Doty” included as a pilgrim on the Mayflower.