|Scope & Content||
Two miscellaneous scrapbooks.
The first scrapbook has a colorful paper cover with trees and leaf and scroll design. Inside, it has newspaper clippings adhered to pages that were once used as an account book. Handwriting is visible behind the clippings. The clippings are mostly poetry, with a few miscellaneous articles. Adhered to the inside back cover is a pencil drawing with a three masted ship and a group of people in a row boat coming ashore. It has been colored. Date is unknown, but 19th c.
The second scrapbook has a brown leather spine and brown book cloth cover. It is filled with pages of newspaper clippings adhered to paper. The clippings cover a wide range of subjects, with several pages pertaining to the Ville du Havre disaster.
|Category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Extent of Description||
box measures: h 4.5" x w 13" x d 15.25"
paper, newsprint, book cloth, leather
|Subjects||Ville du Havre|