12.5 x 10” worn black-brown string-bound album with “Photographs” on the cover in gold. The spine is partially worn off. According to the front inside cover, the album seems to have been compiled by Jane Chester Cunningham of Litchfield, Connecticut, with photographs ranging in date from 1913 to 1935. Contains about 340 black and white photos measuring between 1.5 x 1.5” and 9.5 x 7.25” which are glued to the pages, accompanied by annotations. The annotations are done in black ink against dark grey, almost black pages, which makes some of them difficult to read; however, Jane identifies people, places, and events. Most of the photos are of Jane and her family and friends, places such as Cornwall, NY, Saugerties, NY, Lowell, Maine, New Hampshire and a trip to the Yosemite Valley in California in 1914; there are also beach photos, men in military uniforms (WWI), golfing, fishing, and two large photos of foggy weather by Ross Hull. Amongst the more exciting photos are ones from an aeroplane demonstration in 1920, a larger photo of a man with a large camera, and a 6.5” x 8.25” photo of women on horseback in the Yosemite Valley. A few pages in the back are detached and one photo has been cut out of the page. The family obviously had money and the photos show a well to do family and their lives.