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    The caption from the Vladivostok Album describes this image as "probably Mrs. Ivy's photo of Mrs. Pray photographing the Chinese servants by their home."

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    The book contains photos by different people, often by Eleanor Pray, but often specific photographer not identified. The caption for this photograph reads: "Svetlandsky Street looking East, Coronation Week, 1896 [sic]." The large building is the "old" Kunst & Albers, with Dom Smith visible to its upper right. Note the large garland displayed on the second-floor veranda, as part of the celebrations The Admiral's House with its St. Andrew's Flag may be discerned on the other side of the street.

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    A page from Eleanor L. Pray's "The Vladivostok Album"

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    Paul and Pat Boisvert in front of the childhood home of Eleanor Lord Pray, who moved to Vladivostok, Russia, and wrote home thousands of letters documenting her time in the Russian Far East at the turn of the last century. Thursday, November 1, 2018.

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    Paul and Pat Boisvert look at initials of Lord family members carved into a rock at the childhood home of Eleanor Lord Pray Thursday, November 1, 2018.

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    The grave marker for Eleanor Lord Pray at the Forest Glade Cemetery in Somersworth, N.H. Thursday, November 1, 2018.

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    A grandfather with his granddaughter selecting walnuts in a market in Vladivostok.

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    Mrs. Pray is showing her husband one of her new evening dresses."

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    A photograph from Eleanor L. Pray's Vladivostok Album, a collection of photographs from Russia at the turn of the 20th century. The caption in book describes this photo as a portrait of some of the members of Mrs. Dattan's tea party in June 1901: Mesdames Langschwadt, Dattan, Cornehls, Wohlfahrt, Smith, Pray and Hansen. (Eleanor L. Pray is standing on right).

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    The Vladivostok Album, a collection of photographs from Eleanor Lord Pray's experiences in Russia.

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