This assemblage comprises [#] photographs collected by Alexander Peter Magni [1914-1995] and stored in a hard-bound photo album with 74 15" by 17" black pages, each holding 1 to 6 photographs. The photographs cover the years 1920 to , and include images captured by Alexander Magni, as well as photographs taken by others. The subject matter includes family and friends at home and on outings, the Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Potwisha in Sequoia National Park, scenes of the DuPont paint plant in South San Francisco, and the [military base] in World War II. The album consists of black pages previously bound with  screw posts. Although most of the photographs are in relatively good condition, the album is deteriorating. None of the pages are currently attached to the album covers, and several are disintegrating. Most of the photos remain attached to the pages via black corner tabs pasted to the pages. The backside of many of the photographs have remnants of black pages and blue paste, indicating they were previously glued into a different album.