12.25 x 7.75” coverless string-bound photo album from around 1927 to 1940. The first page features a large color photo of the jungle which includes penciled annotation that identifies the location as Lanoto, an extinct volcano crater in Samoa. The album contains around 133 black and white photos and photo postcards of missionary work, convent schools, nuns, and friends and family. The convent schools are in the Samoan Islands, Tokelau, and Pomquet Chapel in Nova Scotia, along with some travel in Massachusetts and Quebec, Canada. Most of the photos are of nuns and priests. A pamphlet at the beginning of the album advertises the Missionary Sisters of the Third Order Regular of Mary for the Maris Missions in South Sea Islands, and the Blessed Chanel’s Convent in Boston, Mass. Photographs measure between 1.75 x 2.25” and 9.5 x 7.5” and are held to the pages with corner tabs, annotated with names and locations. Besides the missing cover, a couple of pages are blank, several photos are loose, and around 20 photos may be missing.