MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE
MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE

MICHIGAN WOMAN PHOTO ALBUM 1917-1927 - TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA AND MORE

Item #569

15.5 x 11.5” black string-bound photo album with “Photographs” in gold on the cover. The album was likely compiled by Dorothy Jean Malcomson between 1917 and 1927. Contains around 210 black and white photos glued to the pages and measuring between 2.75 x 1.75” and 10.5 x 6.5”. The first page of the album is detached and seems to be the most recent as it contains newspaper clippings about “Maclomsons trap pair as bandits”, information about the conviction of Charles E. Ruthenberg, and an announcement of the wedding of Dorothy Jean Malcomson and Alfred Barnes Connable, Jr.; Dorothy’s husband was later a member of the University of Michigan board of regents. Most of the photos are of Dorothy and friends, a trip to the Columbia River Highway in Oregon, a girl’s summer camp, places in Michigan, such as Mackinac Island, Grimselstrasse in Switzerland, and a trip to California, including a visit to Hal E. Roach Studios with the Little Rascals. The album is only partially filled and the back cover has sustained some damage that bled through on the unused pages in the back of the album. One photos has been cut out of the page and a couple of photos are loose from the page. Ephemera includes a brochure and menu from Mission Inn and a certificate for Dorothy for selling $11,000 worth of Liberty Bonds

Examples of letters:
Telegram to Alice or Dorothy Malcomson
May sunshine flowers friends welcome your California Margaret thrilled mystery platoon system school George and Allen still enjoying drama Connie and Tally June studying hard Mary welfareing absopure headquarters kitchen dept fine call John Oceanpark kindest thoughts to hunts love to Mrs. Campbell and finally loads to you both
Malcomson left overs

Letter from Leslie to Dorothy (Feb. 4, 1919)
Dearest Dorothy:
Well I am here. Isn’t it a wonderful place? I never saw any thing like it in my life. I can almost see you walking about here. We are staying at the Inn for a few days having driven in from Pasadena. There is to be an organ recital in the chapel at seven. Oh Dart it is all so very queer and wonderful and interesting.
Love,
Leslie.

Price: $495.00

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