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Album 1

Album 2

Album 3

Album 4

Album 5

Album 6

Album 7

Album 8

Album 9

Album 10

Album 11

Album 12

Album 13

Album 14

Album 15

Album 16

Album 17

Album 18

Album 19

Album 20

Album 21

Album 22

Album 23

Album 24

Album 25

Album 26

Album 27

Album 28

Album 29

Album 30

Album 31

Album 32

Album 33

Album 34

Album 35

Album 36

Album 37

Album 38

Album 39

Album 40

Album 41

Album 42

Album 43

Album 44

Album 45



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Photograph albums, 1860–1985 | Morse Department of Special Collections

By Colin Halpin and Cliff Hight

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Collection Overview

Title: Photograph albums, 1860–1985Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1883–1945

Extent: 12.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement: These albums have no particular arrangement.

Subjects: Kansas life and culture, Kansas State University history, Kansas State University history - Documentation of student life and culture

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

These photograph albums generally document the history of Kansas State University and Manhattan, Kansas.

Subject/Index Terms

Kansas life and culture
Kansas State University history
Kansas State University history - Documentation of student life and culture

Administrative Information

Repository: Morse Department of Special Collections

Access Restrictions: No restrictions.

Use Restrictions: The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

Physical Access Note: Some albums are fragile and are unavailable for use, although digital surrogates will be available for researchers.

Technical Access Note: Using the digital files will require appropriate hardware and software.

Acquisition Source: Various.

Acquisition Method: Donations, primarily.

Preferred Citation: [Item title], [item date], Photograph albums, Album [number], Morse Department of Special Collections, Kansas State University Libraries.

Processing Information: Student assistant Colin Halpin created this finding aid in 2015 from descriptions others have written earlier. University archivist Cliff Hight reviewed it in 2016.


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Browse by Item:

[Item 1: Album 1, 1932–1938],
[Item 2: Album 2, 1860–1937],
[Item 3: Album 3, 1931–1935],
[Item 4: Album 4, 1891],
[Item 5: Album 5, circa 1883],
[Item 6: Album 6, 1898–1899],
[Item 7: Album 7, 1899],
[Item 8: Album 8, 1903],
[Item 9: Album 9, 1890–1915],
[Item 10: Album 10, 1890–1915],
[Item 11: Album 11, 1899–1917],
[Item 12: Album 12, 1887–1892],
[Item 13: Album 13, 1887–1892],
[Item 14: Album 14, 1887–1892],
[Item 15: Album 15, 1887–1892],
[Item 16: Album 16, 1887–1892],
[Item 17: Album 17, 1887–1892],
[Item 18: Album 18, 1887–1892],
[Item 19: Album 19, 1915],
[Item 20: Album 20, 1930],
[Item 21: Album 21, 1929],
[Item 22: Album 22, 1928–1929],
[Item 23: Album 23, 1930],
[Item 24: Album 24, 1907–1930],
[Item 25: Album 25, 1930],
[Item 26: Album 26, 1930],
[Item 27: Album 27, 1929],
[Item 28: Album 28, 1929–1931],
[Item 29: Album 29, 1930],
[Item 30: Album 30, 1930],
[Item 31: Album 31, 1930],
[Item 32: Album 32, 1923–1930],
[Item 33: Album 33, 1929–1930],
[Item 34: Album 34, 1929–1930],
[Item 35: Album 35, 1915–1945],
[Item 36: Album 36, 1914–1917],
[Item 37: Album 37, circa 1910],
[Item 38: Album 38, 1911–1916, 1985],
[Item 39: Album 39, 1915–1919],
[Item 40: Album 40, 1915–1924],
[Item 41: Album 41, 1919–1923],
[Item 42: Album 42, 1926–1935],
[Item 43: Album 43, circa 1925],
[Item 44: Album 44, 1904–1914],
[Item 45: Album 45, 1908–1914],
[All]

Item 1: Album 1, 1932–1938Add to your cart.
This album is from Julius Terrass Willard, and its primary focus includes Manhattan residences of college professors and distinguished citizens, Kansas State College 75th anniversary parade, football games, band performances, and stone hitching posts. Special events documented include the college's 75th anniversary in 1938; the 1936 Christmas parade; 1938 Band Day; home football games against the University of Missouri, University of Kansas, and University of Oklahoma; the 1937 student demonstration, and a 1935 dust storm on campus.
Item 2: Album 2, 1860–1937Add to your cart.
This album is from Julius T. Willard and includes photographs of Kansas State College buildings, faculty, adminsitration, and other events. Buildings include Anderson Hall, Denison Hall, Thompson Hall, and Memorial Stadium. Individuals include many of the founders and early faculty at K-State, including Washington Marlatt, J. G. Schnebly, Joseph Denison, Isaac T. Goodnow, and Joseph Anderson. Other events include the Denison Hall fire and K-State football games.
Item 3: Album 3, 1931–1935Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album from Julius T. Willard is buildings, construction, and floods including Manhattan buildings and churches, a Wamego bridge, Denison Hall, monuments, and professors' residences. Special events documented include the 1935 flood. Individuals pictured include Mildred Booth.
Item 4: Album 4, 1891Add to your cart.
This album of Kansas State alumnus Frank A. Waugh was donated by his daughter, N. W. Gillette on behalf of her parents (Waugh and K-State alumna Alice Vail Waugh). It contains photographs taken at K-State of college buildings, flowers, plants, people, and the college's Cadet Band. Names of those pictured include the sub-foremen from the Horticulture Department (Sam Van Blarcom, Phil Creager, Waugh, and George Clothier), Ozni Porter (O. P.) Hood, W. A. Kellerman, Edwin A. Popenoe, J. O. C. Thompson, John Walters, and Francis H. White.
Item 5: Album 5, circa 1883Add to your cart.
This album was donated by Grace R. Meeker and contains individual portraits of K-State faculty and students, as well as others, including M. F. Leasure, Dr. L. Sackett, Kate Ward Burt, J. D. Graham, and J. D. Walters.
Item 6: Album 6, 1898–1899Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is Kansas State Agricultural College classes and buildings, including Currie Foundry, Armory, Carpenter Shop, Horticulture Building, Chemistry Building, and Nicholson House. Individuals pictured include Charles W. Pape, G. D. Greene, A. T. Kinsley, John A. Harvey, Elder Cook, and H. A. Holzer. Special events documented include the Omaha Excursion, College Battalion “Dress Parade” Sham Battle, and Commencement.
Item 7: Album 7, 1899Add to your cart.
This album is from G. F. Wagner and contains photos of the Class of 1899 and other students, including the first African-American graduate of Kansas State Agricultural College, George Washington Owens.
Item 8: Album 8, 1903Add to your cart.
This album is from Clara Goodrich McNulty and contains photographs focussing on the Kansas State Agricultural College Class of 1903. The album primarily contains student portraits.
Item 9: Album 9, 1890–1915Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is K.S.A.C. machinery including types of machinery, classes on machines, and testing machines for concrete, hydraulics, torsion, and road materials. Places pictured include Machine Shops, Foundry, Mechanical Engineering Laboratories, Chemistry Laboratory, and Old Chapel (in Anderson Hall).
Item 10: Album 10, 1890–1915Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is buildings and classrooms at Kansas State Agricultural College including Anderson Hall, Women’s Gymnasium, Old Armory, Foundry, and Blacksmith Shop, Woodworking Shop, and Engineering Building. Classes pictured include drafting, drawing, civil engineering, and carpentry. Other photographs include examples of student work in carpentry, blacksmithing, and the foundry.
Item 11: Album 11, 1899–1917Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is people and buildings at Kansas State Agricultural College (KSAC) including Dairy Building, Fairchild Hall, Engineering Building, Denison Hall, Domestic Science Building, and Kedzie Hall. Individuals include Tom Paine, Mary King, Ray Adams, John Barns, and John Lawrence. Groups include the 1916 sophomore basketball team, 1917 football team, and college orchestra. Special events documented include University of Kansas vs. KSAC football, Athletic Day, enrollment, and Kansas State Aggie yells.
Item 12: Album 12, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is buildings and groups at the Kansas State Agricultural College. Photographs include College Orchestra, Faculty and Officers, different classes of students, the college battalion, Anderson Hall, Mechanics Hall, Chemical Laboratory, Drawing Room, Horticulture Hall, Woodshop, and Barn.
Item 13: Album 13, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
This album includes pictures of the Kansas State Agricultural College, specifically Horticulture Hall, Greenhouse, Museum, Anderson Hall, Kitchen Laboratory, Sewing Room, Chemical Laboratory, Mechanics Hall, Wood Shop, Printing Office, Telegraph Office, Chapel Interior, Library Drawing Room, College Barn, and Stable.
Item 14: Album 14, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is the College Battalion and Manhattan buildings and landscapes. Photographs include Botanical laboratory, Museum cases, College Battalion compaines and officers, Manhattan churches and schools, rivers, views from Prospect Hill and Bluemont Hill.
Item 15: Album 15, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
This album includes trees, buidlings, shops, offices, and classes at Kansas State Agricultural College. Specific photographs include blacksmithing class, woodworking class, music rooms, machine shop, iron shop, foundry, and offices for Botanical Department, Chemical Department, Mechanical Department, and Printing Department.
Item 16: Album 16, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is classes and groups of students and faculty at the Kansas State Agricultural College including sewing class, surveying squads, cadet band, music class, physics class, Hamilton Society, Webster Society, Ionian Society, and Alpha Beta Society. There are also photographs of rooms including chapel, drawing room, library, reading room, offices, and the Domestic Economy Department.
Item 17: Album 17, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
The primary focuss of this album is buildings and views of the Kansas State Agricultural College including Anderson Hall, chemical building, farm department barn, horticulture building, mechanics hall, museum building, and president's house. Also included is a photograph of the Board of Regents.
Item 18: Album 18, 1887–1892Add to your cart.
The primary focus of this album is plants and cattle of the Kansas State Agriculture College. Various Cattle are photographed including shorthorn, Jersey, Hereford, Aberdeen Angus, and Holstein Friesian. Various plants are also documented including soy beans, japanese beans, begonias, crotons, marantas, palm, veitchii, hemp, adiantums, ferns, tittonias, aloes, and peperomias.
Item 19: Album 19, 1915Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on Gasconade River Rich Fountain, Missouri, including photographs of Rich Fountain Dam Site No. 1, Proyers Mill, Mt. Sterling, Rich Fountain Reservoir, Grape Vine Bottom Land, San Francisco Railroad Bridge, and Fredericksburg and Arlington, Missouri.
Item 20: Album 20, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focussed on the Platte River Basin (Nebraska, Colorado, and Wyoming) including Independence Rock, Elkhorn River, Laramie River, Grand Encampment River, Dismal River, Mt. Olympus, Guernsey Reservoir, and Ft. Laramie.
Item 21: Album 21, 1929Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focussed on the Cheyenne River Basin (South Dakota) including Coal Mine Narrows Reservoir, Angostura Dam Site, Big Bend Power House, Timber Crib Dam, Custer National Park, Deadwood, Devils Tower Bridge, and Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad.
Item 22: Album 22, 1928–1929Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Cheyenne River Basin (South Dakota) including Beaver Creek, Moss Agate Creek, Fall River, Hot Springs, Coal Mine Narrows, Grace Coolidge Creek, Custer National Park, Agostura Dam Site, Dark Canyon, Pactola Dam Site, and Belle Fourche River.
Item 23: Album 23, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Grand River Basin (Missouri) including Muddy Creek, Thompson River, Weldon River, Honey Creek, Pattonsburg Dam Site, Chillicothe, Carlow, and Cypress Creek.
Item 24: Album 24, 1907–1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Milk River (Montana) including Simpson Bridge, Kremlin Bridge, Vandalia Dam, Dodson Diversion Dam, Milk River Valley, Sherburn Lake, White Bear Creek, Beaver Creek Dam, Chinook, Glascow, and Saca.
Item 25: Album 25, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the James River Basin (North and South Dakota) including Jim Lake, Arrowwood Lake, James River, Moccassin Creek, Huron Dam, Mill Town Dam, and Cheyenne River.
Item 26: Album 26, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on Yellowstone (Montana and Wyoming) including Clark Fork Canyon, Yellowstone Falls, Morning Glory Pool, Big Horn River, Old Geyser, Nowood River, Boulder River Valley, Powder River Boysen Dam, Yellowstone River, and Hot Springs. Individials photographed include Hendrick Irwin and Jack P. Campbell.
Item 27: Album 27, 1929Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focussed on the Grand River (Missouri) including Muddy Creek, Weldon River, Medicine Creek, Honey Creek, Daviess County, and Big Creek.
Item 28: Album 28, 1929–1931Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Little Missouri River (Montana and North Dakota) including the Little Missouri Basin, Wibaux, and Alzada, Montana.
Item 29: Album 29, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Missouri River (Montana) including Fort Benton, Arrow Creek, Holter Dam, Black Eagle Falls, Missouri River Valley, Yellowstone River, Canyon Ferry, and Garrison Dam Site.
Item 30: Album 30, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focussed on the Osage River (Missouri and Kansas) including the South Grand River, Lindley Creek, Pommede Terre River, Niangua River, Sac River, Prairie City, Hanatonka Springs, Osceola, Warsaw, Osage City, Ottawa, Fort Scott, and Marias des Cygnes River.
Item 31: Album 31, 1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Osage River Basin (Kansas and Missouri) including the Osage River, Ottawa, Marias des Cygnes River, Osawatomie, Fort Scott, Prairie City, South Grand River, and Niangua River.
Item 32: Album 32, 1923–1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Missouri River (Montana and South Dakota) including Fort Benton, Canyon Ferry Dam Site, Loma, Hole-in-the-Wall Dam Site, Culbertson Dam, Gladstone Reservoir, and Knife River.
Item 33: Album 33, 1929–1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Kansas River (Kansas) including the Smokey Hill River, Salina, Lincoln, Gypsum, Lindsborg, Blue River, Solomon River, Republican River, Junction City, Topeka, Indian Creek, and Vermillion River.
Item 34: Album 34, 1929–1930Add to your cart.
This album is from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is primarily focused on the Kansas River Basin (Kansas) including Kansas City, Topeka, Wakarusa Creek, Abilene Creek, Muddy Creek, Big Blue River, Blue Rapids, Rocky Ford, Republican River, Lake Atwood, Solomon River, Smokey Hills River, and Junction City.
Item 35: Album 35, 1915–1945Add to your cart.
This album is from the Kansas State Agricultural College Class of 1895. It was started at their 25th anniversary in 1920 and contains photographs, letters, and newspaper clippings of the members of the class including class photographs from 1920 and 1945, family portraits, house photos, funeral programs, and various other photographs.
Item 36: Album 36, 1914–1917Add to your cart.
This album is from Jerome Chapman and contains photographs and newspaper clippings from Kansas State Agricultural College (KSAC) including I.O.O.F Home, fire escape of Fairchild Hall, first capitol building, Sigma Phi Delta, and Alpha Delta Pi. Individuals in the album include Jerome Chapman and Ford Haggerty. Special events documented include the hail storm of 1915, football games, batallion inspection, tennis, field day at KSAC, and Sigma Phi Delta rush week.
Item 37: Album 37, circa 1910Add to your cart.
This album is of the University of Kansas and contains photographs of buildings and the campus in Lawrence, Kansas.
Item 38: Album 38, 1911–1916, 1985Add to your cart.
This album is from Paul B. Gwin and contains photographs from Kansas State Agricultural College including the Alpha Beta Literary Society, YMCA, Livestock Judging Teams, Red Tie Club, City Park, Nichols Gym, Odd Fellows Home, Estes Park, Manhattan Middle School, College Silos, Pillsbury Crossing, Eureka Lake, and Rocky Ford. Individuals photographed include Ralph O’Neil, John Wood, Ralph Ramsey, Charles Holbert, Walter Ott, Herbert Frizzell, Cameron Goldsmith, Bernice Comfort, Elmer Bird, Paul Gwin, Roy Gwin, Art Sieber, Mary Polson, Dee Bird, Florence Justin, Letha Marshal, Zora Harris, Chester Van Dusen, Wayne Van Dusen, Helen Taylor, Fannie Brooks, Nettie Hendrickson, Grace Cool, Ray Whitenick, Dr. C. W. McCambell, Fred Cramer, Lewis Williams, A. J. McIlrath, Helen Varney Burst, Chester Simon, Verda Harris, Ray Tuckerman, Eva Gwin, and Ernest Benne. Special events documented include semester social, Horse Judging Trip to El Dorado, American Royal, 1914 Train Wreck on Rock Island Railroad, Manhattan YMCA Watermelon Feed (1911), and Paul B. Gwin receiving the President's Medallion Award at the 1985 Commencement.
Item 39: Album 39, 1915–1919Add to your cart.
This album is from Nettie May Wismer and contains photographs and a contact list from her time at Kansas State Agricultural College (KSAC) including photos of campus, Bluemont Hill, Camp Funston, Eureka Lake, Wildcat Creek, Kimble Castle, City Park, Cadet Band, Phi Kappa Phi, and the Franklin Literary Society. Individuals in the album include Myra Scott, Nellie Payne, Amanda Rosenquist, Lydia Rogers, Frances Casto, Marjorie Berger, Dolly White, Ruth Huff, Jean Baker, Miss Holman, Minnie Norlin, Grace Lyness, Florence Weinstein, Arthur Swanson, and Corp. Huntington. Special events documented include May Fete, 1918 Dance on the Green, 1918 Senior Breakfast, 1918 Thanksgiving, Senior Sneak Day, and Graduation.
Item 40: Album 40, 1915–1924Add to your cart.
This album is from Margaret Reich and is primarily focussed on Glen Ender, Kansas, high school and family photographs, and the U.S. Army including references to high school football games, Kansas State Agricultural College baseball game, dance program, Manhattan, Fort Riley, Camp Funston, and Camp Doniphan. Individuals photographed include Margaret Reich, Charles McConnel, Louie Covert, Billy Murphy, Nick Schellinger, Harry Lewis, Mildred Pound, Walter Henderson, Richard Talbot, Bertha Thompson, and Walter Greley.
Item 41: Album 41, 1919–1923Add to your cart.
This album is from Margaret Reich and contains photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, and invitations primarily focused on Kansas State Agricultural College (KSAC), dances and parties, campus events, fraternities, KSAC football, baseball, and other athletics. Individuals photographed include Margaret Reich, Red Brown, Harry Staib, Gail Cox, Harold Woolman, Mildred Pound, Helen Charles, Lucille Kinnamon, Agnes Stockwell, Dwight Clark, Walter Law, F. E. Belman, Edith Blackwelder, Glen Hepworth, Leslie Curtis, Gladys Elder, Pauline Keith, Evelyn Fairbanks. Special events documented include KSAC dances, “Oh Daddy” musical, “Seven Keys to Baldpate” play, KSAC vs. Oklahoma, KSAC vs. KU, KSAC vs. Missouri, Phi Delta Tau parties, Acacia dance, Sigma Delta Chi dance, Sigma Alpha Epsilon party, Phi Kappa Christmas party, Ag. Fair, Junior-Senior prom, Phi Kappa dance, 1923 KSAC Commencement, and Senior sneak day.
Item 42: Album 42, 1926–1935Add to your cart.
This album is from Margaret Reich and contains photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, and invitations primarily focused on Ellis, Kansas, Ellis High School, Ellis athletic events, theater, travel, and school photos. Individuals photographed include Margaret Reich, Ned Wright, Edgar Jones, Jim Bailey, Ira Herring, Ted Rardin, Kelly Masters. Special events documented include the theater's production of "Louisiana Minstrel," "Faust," and "Journey's End;" Edgar Jones productions, Lacrosse basketball tournament, various school events and banquets, Ellis High School Commencement, Christmas party, and Knights of Columbus banquet.
Item 43: Album 43, circa 1925Add to your cart.
This album is from Karla Kubitz and contains photographs of Kansas State Agricultural College including campus scenes, Anderson Hall, Nichols Gymnasium, Farrell Library, Wildcat Creek, various students, Manhattan streets, and the Wildcat mascot. Special events documented include football games, military drill, parade, fishing, May Fete, airplane, and student military cadets.
Item 44: Album 44, 1904–1914Add to your cart.
This album was donated by Hugh S. Walker, Jr., and is of the Kansas State Agricultural College Department of Engineering buildings, shops, and classes. Structures pictured include Mechanical Engineering Building, Amphitheater, Woodwork Shop, Carpenter Shop, Foundry, Machine Shops, Engine Room, and Blacksmith Shop. Special events documented include the Gas Engine Institute in 1910 and Coal Pit Fire of 1911.
Item 45: Album 45, 1908–1914Add to your cart.
This album was donated by Hugh S. Walker, Jr., and is of the Kansas State Agricultural College Department of Engineering shops, labs, machines, and tests. Photographs include the Engineering Association, snowy scenes on campus, drafting room, steam and gas engine lab, and a campus map from 1911. Also documented are various machines and tractors, and tests of different machines and materials.

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[Item 1: Album 1, 1932–1938],
[Item 2: Album 2, 1860–1937],
[Item 3: Album 3, 1931–1935],
[Item 4: Album 4, 1891],
[Item 5: Album 5, circa 1883],
[Item 6: Album 6, 1898–1899],
[Item 7: Album 7, 1899],
[Item 8: Album 8, 1903],
[Item 9: Album 9, 1890–1915],
[Item 10: Album 10, 1890–1915],
[Item 11: Album 11, 1899–1917],
[Item 12: Album 12, 1887–1892],
[Item 13: Album 13, 1887–1892],
[Item 14: Album 14, 1887–1892],
[Item 15: Album 15, 1887–1892],
[Item 16: Album 16, 1887–1892],
[Item 17: Album 17, 1887–1892],
[Item 18: Album 18, 1887–1892],
[Item 19: Album 19, 1915],
[Item 20: Album 20, 1930],
[Item 21: Album 21, 1929],
[Item 22: Album 22, 1928–1929],
[Item 23: Album 23, 1930],
[Item 24: Album 24, 1907–1930],
[Item 25: Album 25, 1930],
[Item 26: Album 26, 1930],
[Item 27: Album 27, 1929],
[Item 28: Album 28, 1929–1931],
[Item 29: Album 29, 1930],
[Item 30: Album 30, 1930],
[Item 31: Album 31, 1930],
[Item 32: Album 32, 1923–1930],
[Item 33: Album 33, 1929–1930],
[Item 34: Album 34, 1929–1930],
[Item 35: Album 35, 1915–1945],
[Item 36: Album 36, 1914–1917],
[Item 37: Album 37, circa 1910],
[Item 38: Album 38, 1911–1916, 1985],
[Item 39: Album 39, 1915–1919],
[Item 40: Album 40, 1915–1924],
[Item 41: Album 41, 1919–1923],
[Item 42: Album 42, 1926–1935],
[Item 43: Album 43, circa 1925],
[Item 44: Album 44, 1904–1914],
[Item 45: Album 45, 1908–1914],
[All]


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