|Object Name||Album, Photograph|
A small deep red marble canvas hardcover photograph album with black craft paper pages.The photograph album belonged to Lorene Burns and later belonged to her daughter Robin Burns Rieper and dates from May 1951 to August 1952. The word "SNAPS" is imprinted in sliver on the front of the cover and on the spine near the top. The album has 29 pages and glued to many of the pages is a 3.25" x 4.75" a chromogenic color photograph. Next to many of the photos is a white sticker label with a handwritten photo caption in blue ink. The photos are of Mr. and Mrs. Burns in the Badlands, Spearfish Creek, flowers, Northwestern University, the Baha'i Temple in Willmette, IL, friends of the family, a foreign exchange student, Drake Springs lily pond, and two pictures of a living nativity.
On the back of page 8 is a newspaper article the Round Robin column "Solems Live Like King In Palace Of Princess"
Pages 25, 26 and 28 are missing photos.
Embossed on the back cover of the album in the bottom right corner is the manufacturer's mark.
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