Five men in academic gowns sit on lawn benches by the Hoffman Memorial Library. Two books are piled on each bench arm in the foreground; one of the men holds a paper or pamphlet. They appear to be in the midst of an informal class or seminar.
A dormitory suite in Albee in the 1920s or 1930s. Two armchairs sit in either corner of a front room; there is a side table with an electric lamp pushed against a wall. A rocking chair and dresser are visible in the next room.
A bus holding some of the elderly residents of Ward Manor sits in front of the entrance to Manor House, one of the two large buildings in which members lived, now a dormitory for Bard College students.
Little girls frolick in the fields around White House, one of the four camps for girls on Ward Manor. Girls ages 7 to 9 stayed at White House, which lay near Grey Barns, another girls' camp, on the property.