Small album containing 13 professional photographs of World War I homecoming festivities. The photos measure 3.25 x 5.25 inches and are mounted one to a page, rectos only. Eleven are signed in the negative by photographer Harry Wendell Richardson and show scenes in Newport, Vermont. Some are dated 6/3/19. The final two images are hand-colored and not credited. They are also homecoming photos, but based on the large size of both the buildings and the parade shown, we suspect these were taken in a different location. The Newport photos show many different buildings festooned with patriotic bunting, a marching band, soldiers parading down the main street with onlookers lining the sidewalks, and two speakers, one of whom is identified as Brigadier General Draper. The final two images show a massive crowd lining flag-bedecked streets as a parade goes by -- with a marching band in one image and a large group of Red Cross nurses in the other. A lovely collection of patriotic images.