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Louise Schramm Albums

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Identifier: P0466

Title: Louise Schramm Albums

Description: The Louise Schramm Albums are two snapshot photograph albums compiled by Louise "Lula" Schramm. The smaller album's flyleaf reads "Miss Lula Schramm, May 1910." It contains about 60 portraits and snapshot photographs of a family at home and on trips to the Grand Leader Club and other sites near St. Louis from 1910-1912. The larger album's flyleaf reads "Miss Lula Schramm, August 18, 1913." It contains about 700 photographs of family groups and groups of young women at houses, clubs and farms in southern Illinois and Missouri from 1911-1921. Subjects include: groups of young women; parks; picnics; trip on excursion steamer "Spread Eagle"; steamboat; riverboat; automobiles; cars; Chain of Rocks park; Chautauqua, Illinois; Missouri Athletic Club after 1914 fire; chickens; scenic views; farms and farming; residences; Brown's Park baseball field; Arthur, Illinois; steam tractor; Charlie Dick's farm; women hold banner "Fern Club"; rowboats; camping; fishing; horses; Fairgrounds Park; people eating watermelon; Grand Leader Club; fallen bridge at Valley Park; tennis; aboard the steamer "Alton"; Trampe's Farm; profile of WWI soldier in uniform; Camp Funston; World War I; trip on the Tennessee River on excursion steamer "Saint Louis"; people holding box cameras; men in beanies; Oniatta Club; Niagara Falls; studio portrait of men in clown costumes, women with bows in hair; steamer "Belle of the Bends"; women with pennants "F.C. '12"; Ridge Farm Country Club; Washington, D.C.; Atlantic City; excursion on steamer "Saint Paul"; sign advertising Liberty Bonds; wedding couple; Corona Club in Castlewood, Missouri; train tracks; Cedar Bluffs, Missouri; men with guitars; farm at Fruit, Illinois; Ramona Park; child in Indian headdress on rocking horse; small child in window of grocery store; O'Fallon Park Lake; aboard the steamer "Dubuque"; bridges; steamer "Goldenrod"; (more).

Rights: UND


Dates: 1910 - 1921

Type(s): Collection

Maker/Creator: A.B. Freitag; Delmar Studio



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