14 x 11” pale green string-bound album with “Photographs” in gold on the cover and a decorative design. The album contains around 78 Kodak technicolor photos from 1969-1972. The limited annotations identify places and some important individuals, but full names of members of the family pictured are not provided. The family documents their Christmas, vacation at a beach and on a boat in Nassau, Florida, New Hampshire, and Myrtle Beach, and daughter Diane’s confirmation. However, the most interesting photos are of Dick Curless, a country singer who often wore an eyepatch over his right eye. Fans of Dick Curless, the family took photos of a set between him and Sleepy Willis, and they even documented the 1972 Dick Curless Fan Club Picnic at Lake Compounce. Other photos show a cop, who may be the father of the family, and a young man in an Army uniform. The family is mostly shown relaxing and enjoying vacations. Photos measure between 2 x 2” and 4 x 4” and are held to the pages with corner tabs, accompanied by annotations written on a separate piece of paper and glued in. The album is only partially filled.