"Disbound album (no covers) containing 54 albumen photos mounted on both sides of thick cardstock leaves. Almost all measure in the range of 6.25" x8.5"; 2 are 9" x 11". Forty-six (56) are by photographer Axel Lindahl, 8 are uncredited, mostly with handwritten captions. Three of these are of the stunning Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim. With the exception of the first and last photos, all images remain protected by the original tissue guards, and they are in beautiful condition, with good contrast and no foxing. Includes images of Christiana (Oslo), Trondheim, Valdres, Fredrikshald (Halden), Romsdalen, Nordland, Finnmark, and other locations, including scenes of city, country, town, glaciers, fjords, fishing laplanders, etc. "Norway 1886" is written in ink on each mount. Axel Theodor Lindahl (1841-1906) was a Swedish photographer noted for his early photography of Norwegian landscapes and documentation of the daily life of Norwegians. He traveled extensively in the country from the late 1870s to the 1890s, and his work appeared in many guidebooks and tourist brochures. Note: This album is extremely heavy. Additional shipping charges will be requested for international orders.