This is a series of photo albums put together by Dorothy Dick. Some of the albums appear to be home made, and others are store bought. The photos range in date from the late 1800s to the mid-1900s. Most have information on dates, locations, and names written in beneath the pictures.
This is a collection of Dorothy Dick's miscellaneous belongings. This includes a puzzle, recipes, letters, society certificates, a scrapbook, an address book, menus, a bridge book, a badge holder, woodworking magazines, invitations, and guest books.
This booklet is titled Vere Foster's Copy Books: Lettering Plain and Ornamental, and dates to the early 1900s. The booklet was mostly unused, but on one page, some of the lettering examples have been cut out and put together on another page to form the word "guest" (attached with a pin).