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2014.9.1
Scrapbook
circa 1960 – 1991

Scrapbook possibly compiled by Elaine Lorillard. Items were not adhered to the pages, but interleaved between. Items were removed from the scrapbook and cataloged separately. The scrapbook was disp...


Photograph album contains mainly photographs from the Jelke and Boyd families visit to England, and also a few photographs from Eagle's Nest; Nassau, Bahamas; Hot Springs, Virginia; and Mexico.


Scrapbook and photograph album containing exterior and interior photographs of the Frazier Jelke estate, Eagle's Nest. Scrapbook includes newspaper clippings and magazine articles about the estate....


Photograph album of the Jelke and Boyd family vacation to Northern Europe (Russia, Scandinavia, and England) in 1936. The first part of the album contains street scenes, palaces, and groups around ...


Photograph album of the Eagle's Nest property in Newport, Rhode Island, and photographs of the James Hallam Boyd family. House is owned by Frazier Jelke. Scrapbook is in two parts. The first part c...

2012.45.2
scrapbook
circa 1920

Black canvas scrapbook of printed material clippings. Cover reads, "Pictures belonging to Esther Auchincloss".


An unbound album formerly in three-ring binder. Inventory book including list, instructions for staff, and photographs for Chetwode, Bellevue Avenue, Newport, ca. 1904-1915. Loose pages, and additi...


"Photographs & Duties of Servants at Chetwode." Inventory book including list, instructions for staff, and photographs for Chetwode, Bellevue Avenue, Newport, ca. 1904-1915. Leatherette album w...

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