13 x 10” textured brown leather album, string-bound with two red and black beads. Contains around 250 black and white photos from several cruises spanning the years 1926 to 1931. The first page has a cut-out photo of a woman which says "The travels of a Doulsey(?)," then are photos of a woman and her friends at Jasper Park in Alberta, Canada; one of her friends is identified as Dr. “Bud” Morgan, a Toronto varsity star and rugby coach, according to a newspaper clipping. Aside from this fun start, most of the photos of the album are from various cruises taken around the world. This includes traveling on the S.S. New York in 1929 to the Mediterranean: Algiers, Morocco, Jerusalem, Egypt, Athens, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, Sicily, Nice, Granada, and Paris. In 1930, the group traveled on the S.S. Hamburg to Berlin, Nuremberg, Interlaken, and saw Heidelberg Castle. In 1931, Bermuda was the location of choice, with several photos of people enjoying swimming and sunbathing at Elbow Beach. The last cruise shown in the album was from New York to Honolulu on the S.S. President Jackson in 1931. There are some great pics from Honolulu, including people with surf boards and Hula girls. The very last picture in the album is an amusing group photo of travelers in costumes on the M.S. “St. Louis” from New York to Hamburg. Photos measure between 1 x 1.25” and 9.5 x 6.75” and are glued to the pages, accompanied by handwritten annotations. There are also around 16 color postcards.