Photo albums in the Archives.
Archives are not organized in the same way library books and other materials are. They typically consist of boxes of office records, papers, manuscripts, photographs, audio visual materials, scrapbooks, and publications, and are maintained as collections of materials from a single office or individual, not as individual items. The contents of these collections are described in finding aids, which are an archival version of an inventory with background information on the collector or creator, and information on the context in which it was collected.
Manuscript boxes during processing.