This is a small black paper album containing 12 pages; pp. 1 and 11-12 are empty. Most pages are occupied by a single print. Mary McBride has inserted descriptions of some of the photos, written on the backs of business cards from her brothers Thornton and Werner. When she ran out of cards she wrote directly on the photos. Her descriptions are transcribed in italics.
The photos in this album seem to come from a later visit to Missouri than those in Album V.B, probably in the early 1930s. The old house has been repaired and added to; the barn has been replaced; and the camera itself produces larger and sharper prints. On the backs of pp. 9 and 10, prints from the earlier visit have been pasted in.
Last Updated: 8 Jan. 2000