1930s PHOTO ALBUM NURSE TRAVELS WITH GIRLFRIEND AND WORK IN HOSPITALS
13.25 x 10.5” green string-bound album with “Photographs” in gold on the cover. On the very first page, the name “E. H. Manns” is written in the top right corner, along with a list of dates from 1934 to 1936, although the photos go up to at least 1947. The first couple of pages contain portraits of the New England Deaconess Hospital class of 1936, of which E. H. Manns was presumably a member. The hostpital which is in Boston, is currently named Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Each portrait also features a name and a note as to whether the woman pictured was married. Beyond these pages, the rest of the album is devoted to photos of trips taken with Maxie to Florida, Vermont, and Maine, although only the Florida pictures are clearly labeled. They took photos of typical Miami architecture, Hollywood Beach, and deep sea fishing in the Gulf Stream. Other photos are of visits with friends and family, but scattered throughout there are photos of doctors, and even some from the wards that E. H. Manns must have worked in. Contains around 259 black and white photos measuring between 1 x 1.5” and 5.75 x 3.5” which are glued to the pages, accompanied by handwritten annotations. Around 10 photos are loose and there may be around 6 missing.