5.5 x 9” dark brown string-bound album with “Clippings” on the front cover in gold and a golden illustration of a pair of scissors. The album has 30 black and white photos from an American unit in France from 1919, which includes two photos of the Sixth Infantry Baseball Team. Other photos show the men in uniform and what appear to be pictures of a soldier’s family. Photographs measure between 1.75 x 2.5” and 6 x 4” and are glued to the pages. Most of the photos are not annotated, but a couple seem to have annotations within the negative of the photographs in French, noting that the Sixth Infantry is playing baseball in Echternach.