Ithaca, New York: Ward's Stationary, 1910s.
Hardcover. Oblong octavo. Brown cloth over paper boards with "Photographs" stamped in gilt on the front cover, measuring 7" x 5.5". A collection of 90 sepia toned and black and white photographs affixed to stiff black paper, and 2 loose photos, with only 2 handwritten captions placing the album at Cornell University. Various sizes including, 4" x 5", 2.75" x 3", 3.25" x 2.25"5" x 3.5", and others. Very good minus with curling , faint spotting, and tiny tears. An assemblage of photographs taken around Ithaca, New York, circa 1910 including Cayuga Lake and Cornell University. The photos depict scenes of life in the area such as bike riding, a picture of a man setting up a camera on the Cascadilla Gorge, and various family and friends posing around town with suitcases and the occasional child. The middle section of the album contains 3 group shots of various sports teams including the Cornell University championship 1912 basketball team. There are portraits throughout, numerous fantastic hats, and a photograph of a graduate, not captioned but presumably of Cornell. Also included are some souvenir stamps from a trip to Fayette, Missouri and a postcard from Seaside Park, Cape Cod.