11.5 x 7.25” black string-bound photo album with “Photographs” embossed on the front cover. Contains around 400 black and white photos of a group of friends in New York from 1919 to 1924. Photographs measure between 1.5 x 1.75” and 5 x 6” and are held to the pages with glue and, later, corner tabs. Annotations accompany the photos, with some being whimsical and amusing, and others identifying places and individuals. The early half of the album mostly contains photos from around New York, including several areas in Manhattan. There are photos of a man identified as Allie at work in an office, with a couple of photos of the Tanner’s Council. Some especially amusing photos feature the group of friends dressed up, with one of them pulling off an impressive Charlie Chaplin and others crossdressing. This group of friends also enjoyed and documented time spent at Long Beach, Manhattan Beach, and Brighton Beach. Later in the album there is more travel to Quebec and Massachusetts and visits with family. Around 6 photos appear to be missing and some have come loose.