10 x 7” brown string-bound photo album with “Photographs” embossed on the front cover with a framing design. Loose within the album is an envelope from 1940 addressed to Ms. C. A. Bealor with a letter inside, and a dinner menu for Williamsburg Lodge from 1944. Contains around 20 black-and-white photos, mostly of areas in Oklahoma, including Tuskahoma, Turner Falls, Robbers Cave, Wagon wheel cave in the Arbuckles, and Potato Hill in the Kiamichi Mountains. Earlier in the album there are photos of the Grist Mill in South Sudbury, Massachusetts, Brown Lake, and Wayside Inn. While most of the photos are of the gorgeous views in these various locations, there are some photos of people, including Ed and Joe Stern at NAD McAlester, and the Chief of the Choctaw Indian Nation. One creepy photo shows a close-up of a large centipede. Photographs measure between 2.5 x 2.5” and 5 x 4.75” and are held to the pages with corner tabs, accompanied by handwritten annotations identifying locations. The album is only partially filled and at least 1 photo appears to be missing.