There's not a single mark of identification on any of the 83 photographs in this Wood Covered album. So let's call her "Cleo".
The cover was fashioned from two small sheets of plywood, hand painted especially for this set of photographs. There were tan color pages with photographs placed with corners or simply glued on the page.
The photographs are mostly in five different formats and "Cleo" is seen at least once in each format so all the formats are related to the same album.
This is the same setting and the same three women in the same dresses as the top photograph on this page. The house in the background is the same too but the photograph is a completely different format. The top one is a 2 3/4 X 5 1/2 and this one is a tiny 1 1/2 X 2 format and printed slightly darker.
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