17 mounted and labeled photos, each with its own tissue guard, 1 page blank except for blindstamped emblem with the words " Class of '07," oblong 6 x 11, wraps with ties, unpag. Covers have light wear, ends are curled, holes where ties are inserted have tiny tears, contents have light soiling and spotting, tissue guards have some creasing, small tears and one is detached (but present). The previous owner of the album indicated that it was from the Michigan Agricultural College, the album has no metion of the college, just names of the graduates below each photo (except for one). There are 9 women and 8 men. The last names are Arnold, Blake, Case, Cordunnier, Merriam, Moore, Mariu (sp?), Newton (2 brothers/cousins?), Pritchard, Richardson, Rowley, Thompson, Trask, Van Sanford, Wells. One woman is unidentified. Some of the courses offered at this time were agriculture, engineering, domestic science, veterinary medicine. The college was celebrating its 50th anniversary in 1907 and President Theodore Roosevelt came that same year to give the commencement address.