14 x 10” black album with “Photographs” on the front cover. Contains over 650 black-and-white photos and photo postcards from 1910 to 1922, and seems to have been compiled by Irene McDermott of Washington state. The photos are largely from a family or group of friends traveling around parts of the United States, including frequent trips to Yeomalt, Portland, Spokane, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Snoqualmie Falls, and Alaska. Some photos are of men during WWI, who seem to be in Panama. There are photos of people on ships such as the U.S.S. Patterson, S.S. Mariaposa, and the S.S. Alameda. People are shown swimming, camping, and enjoying tennis games alongside gorgeous nature photos. There are interesting photos of auto races in Madison Park in 1915. Some of the individuals identified in the photos include Florida Spencer, Edith Peart, C. B. West, Oliver Bond, and Cousin Albert Fritz. There is a 1935 newspaper clipping featuring a portrait of Suzanne and Betty West. Photographs mostly measure between 1.75 x 2.5” and3.5" x 5.5" with some larger 8 x 10” photos. The photos are glued to the pages, with some—but not all—of the photos annotated with names, location, and year. There appears to be at least 2 photo missing and 8 are loose.