Soeul, Korea: 1952. 25 leaves of black 'construction' mounting paper. 199 b/w images, of the 'snapshot' variety [3 spots evident were photos probably removed]. Approximately 10% captioned with white ink [no images examined out of the album, so additonal captions may be present on versos]. Album: 8-3/4" x 1`2-1/2". Images: range from 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" to 2-5/8" x 3-5/8" tp 3-1/4" x 4-1/2", though the bulk are the latter. All housed in a deep red commercial album, with light red cord tie, and gold imprint "Photographs" to front cover. Some extremity wear to album covers. Edge rash to some leaves. One leaf detached. Overall VG. Photos generally clear & without significant wear: VG - VG+. Item #44687
A visual record of a unidentified soldier's Korean service, and while, as expected, many are 'buddy' shots [e,g, "Xmas 1952"], there is also a goodly percentage of location [e.g., "Korean Festival" & "Train Station in Seoul"] & service related images [e.g., a number of photographs show Corsair aircraft & "Inside a Sabre Jet"], as well as some action images ["Accident on the way to Seoul. July 1952" and "Loading Planes with Bombs"].
A nice primary visual source documenting one man's tour in Korea during 1952.