Text at the top of the page reads, "Wolf Creek - 1921st Veteran's Co., #F-33, Roseburg, Oregon." Text at the bottom of the page reads, "Winter and Summer Camp." Eight photos show Company 1921 leaving San Francisco, a portrait of Leo R. Burton, the creator of the photo album, and various views in and around the camp. Other identified individuals are 1st Lieutenant George Kenneth Fair, Medical Reserve Corps; Fred H. Russell; Edgar T. Flack; and Dr. F.B. Joy.
Color botanical illustration of twinberry honeysuckle, including dark purple berries on the bottom and orange and pink flowers on the top. Bottom of the drawing reads, "Ten Mile River - Mendocino Co. Cal." The adjacent page reads, "This flower should be a firm orange color inclining to scarlet. Spotted inside the petals with brown stamens."
Color botanical illustration of a red lily with six yellow stamens. The bottom of the drawing includes an additional drawing of the stamens that reads, "6 stamens showing insertion." Below that, a note reads, "Camp near Bromley Creek Mendocino County Cal."
Color botanical illustration of thin green foliage with small purple, white, and yellow blooms. The stems are pink near the base of the plant and the roots are visible. A note below the drawing reads, "Summit of Siskiyou Mts. Cal."
Color botanical illustration of ghost pipe with dark pink stem, leaves, and blooms. Its scientific name is Monotropa uniflora. Includes an additional drawing labeled, "Flower stripped of petals- showing stamens and pistil." A note at the bottom of the drawing reads, "Siskiyou Mountains- trail- "Sailors diggings" to Happy Camp Del Norte Co. Cal." Appears to be the same plant depicted in folder 9 item 1.
Color botanical illustration of farewell to spring. Its scientific name is Clarkia amoena. There is foliage with four pink flowers in various stages of bloom. The flowers are light pink with dark pink details. The bottom of the drawing reads, "Orleans Bar Cal. Klamath River."
Black and white drawing of the Upper Gold Bluffs beach in California. Two figures are visible walking on the shore. There are rocks visible in the water with birds flying overhead. A sloping cliffside with trees surrounds the area.
Watercolor landscape illustration of a beach on the Pacific Coast in California. There are cliffs and large rocks visible surrounding the shore and in the water. A note in the top left corner reads, "Copied."
Photograph, taken from the side, showing a ship, the Lyman Stewart, stranded on rocks at the entrance to San Francisco Bay after a collision with the freighter Walter A. Luckenbach in October 1922. Alongside the Lyman Stewart are three boats. On the negative is the text “Ashore at Mile Rk. [two words, not legible] / Union Oil Tanker Lyman Stewart.” Image note: Light leaks. Possibly a copy negative.
Photograph, taken from a high vantage, showing a wide view of a city, possibly San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. A road with streetcar tracks runs through the center. Very faintly visible in the background toward the right is the dome of what may be the old San Francisco City Hall building. This photograph may be related to image Nos. 373G0531, 373G0532, and 373G0535. Image note: Damaged negative.
Photograph showing a street, houses, and a hill in an unidentified city or town. The words “Geo. Holl Mission & 26th sells shoes on their merit” are painted on a wooden railing along the street. The photograph may have been taken in San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. It may be related to image Nos. 373G0473, 373G0532, and 373G0535. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration. Negative damage at upper left.
Photograph showing houses in the hills around an unidentified city, possibly San Francisco prior to the 1906 earthquake. Also see image Nos. 373G0473, 373G0531, and 373G0535, which may be related. Image note: Photograph shows discoloration due to deterioration of the negative.