Black and white photograph of three young adults in an old motorized car. The driver of the car is a man wearing a dark suit with a white shirt, a black bow tie, and a white cap with a bill. Next to the driver in the front seat is a young woman dressed in a white shirt, a dark skirt, and a white hat. She is holding a container with a strap around her neck; she has curly hair and appears very young. In the back seat, there is a woman is wearing a white dress with a gingham sash around the waist; her hat is dark with white flowers on each side. The woman and man in the front seat are smiling and looking toward the photographer. The front of the automobile appears to be covered in mud, and it is dark in color with dark seats. There is grass surrounding the car and tall trees in the background.
Photo shows a group of women standing around a station wagon. The back hatch is opened and boxes are visible inside.
Scrapbook and journal kept by Hazel Herndon Fryer during her overseas assignment as a Staff Assistant with the American Red Cross during World War II.
Color postcard showing a delightful image of a mother embracing her child. Text on the card reads “I’ll take care of mummy”