Scrapbook loosely bound and held together by tape with a small color postcard of a young girl wearing a pink ruffled dress and holding two sunflowers with the words "I is just your little blackbird" adhered to the front. The scrapbook created by Louise Jackson Gunn contains newspaper clippings, small black-and-white photographs and other ephemera. The scrapbook primarily documents the career and social life of Gunn, a beauty queen, fashion model, actress and chorus girl. Gunn was active in multiple community organizations, women's clubs, and church groups. Many photographs document her family life, including her son "Billy" (actor and playwright Bill Gunn). Also included are photographs and clippings about fellow vaudeville performers, including Valaida Snow, Texas Guinan, and Wealthy Davis.
A scrapbook assembled by Marjorie P. Collins. The cover of the scrapbook is red leather and in gold type reads: [The Girl Graduate / Her Own Book]. The scrapbook includes 190 pages of newspaper clippings, photographs, hand-written entries, printed programs, ribbons, and correspondence relating to graduate Marjorie P. Collins. She was elected to become a teacher at the Almeda Road Junior High School on June 4, 1925 by the school board.
An original page from Henrietta Bell Wells scrapbook from her time on the Debate team at Wiley College. The original scrapbook page is a piece of paper with photographs adhered to one side and dried flowers on the other side. The photograph side has six photographs, each captioned in black ink handwriting, on the sides or below the image. There are four black-and-white rectangular portrait photographs and two cut sepia photographs. The other side has two dried flowers with captions in black ink handwriting. The page is heavily torn along all of the edges and corners of page.