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This is a photograph of a large group of travelers standing on the steps of what is probably a church, or other public building, taken during Marion Blake's Scandinavian trip in 1930. Whether or not Miss Blake is among the travelers pictured is uncertain. The back of the photograph is stamped with the name and address of the photographer's studio in New York City. It also has a handwritten note to identify the subject and date, as well as the filing location in Archives and Special Collections.
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Viewing front, the 1st page of Travelers posing on the steps of a church or other building during Marion Blake's Scandinavian trip, front and back of a picture (2 pages)
This is a black and white photograph, somewhat yellowed with age. On the back, in the lower right quadrant, is the blue-ink stamped name and address of the photograher's studio. Also on the back, near the top, are handwritten notes, in ink or pencil, identifying the subject and location of the photograph in Archives and Special Collections. The number 92 is also written in pencil on the back.