Edith R. Miller (1880-1950, Class of 1898) Photo Albums (2 books)
Album No. 1 dated September, 1897 - Includes photographs of pets; family members (from 1895); the Grey Rocks; baseball game with Lafayette (May 19, 1897); scenes of campus showing Institute Hall, the model school and the dormitory; stay at "Camp What's the Use?" (July 1-13, 1897) showing friends, activities and Fishing Creek; the Carlisle Indian School football team (October 9, 1897); harvesting in the fields; Thanksgiving Day; and the football game with Bucknell at Lewisburg (October 30, 1897).
Album No. 2 dated December 25, 1897 - Includes photographs of home at 322 Center Street in Bloomsburg (father Isaac Miller); downtown Bloomsburg with the Courthouse, Main Street and Market Square; steel bridge under construction over the Susquehanna River; trip to Washington, DC and Mount Vernon; friends at railroad station; along the river and bridge at Catawissa (December 28, 1897); pets; Fishing Creek; grandmother Eveline Rupert and her home at the SW corner of Third and Center streets; fellow student Harry Aldinger; friends in front of the Normal School dormitory; the campus and dormitory rooms; baseball players; the Episcopal Church; formal portraits; Rosemont Cemetery; bicycle racing at the Bloomsburg Fair; and the David J. Waller estate on Market Street.