Album containing just under 400 photographs showing an unidentified party's extensive travels in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia) and Europe (France, Switzerland, Spain) in 1922-23. The photos are all sequentially numbered (1409-1807) and have typed captions in French. The album is labeled "Volumen IV", but we have only this volume. The album itself is missing the spine and is partially disbound (into several sections). The leaves have some creasing and minor chipping, but the photographs are in very good condition. Album measures 9.75" x 12.25" and photos are 3" x 4". Places visited (in order of appearance in the album) include: Geneva, Lausanne, Evian-les-Bains, Amboise, Tours, Chartres, Paris, Marseille, Oran, Misserghine, Algiers, Tipaza, Biskra, Constantine, Tunis, Carthage, Loctudy, Burgos, Madrid, Seville, Toledo, Concarneau, Beg-Meil, Carnac, Locmariaquer, Lorient, Hennebont, and several other small villages in France. The photos focus almost entirely on the sights rather than on the travelers, offering great documentation of some of the more off-the-beaten path places they visited. The North African section of the album has 149 photos, including many street scenes (some in small villages), markets, mosques, churches, ruins and archaeological sites, a cemetery, significant buildings, local people, and scenic views.