|The picture shows all (4) Large Old Graduation Ceremony Photographs in this lot. These are undated but believed to be from the early 1920's. I do not know what school these are from. They could be a College, University, Private School, or High School. All of the students are male. Three of them are marked "WHITE N.Y." and of those three they are numbered 1, 6, and 10.|
The first one has a Native American holding a ceremony on a stone platform with a fire. The graduates are seated on the ground with other people around.
The second photo has the graduates filing into a church or town hall. Several old automobiles can be seen.
The third photo has some other ceremony going on. It is of a crowd of grauates and family members. They are all facing the center where a man appears to be speaking. In the center with him on a tree stump are either cans or jars marked "VELVET".
The fourth photo has the graduates seated on the ground with family around. Many of the students are holding some type of a cane.
All of these for one price! Each of these photographs measure 9-3/4" x 7-1/2". They appear to be in near mint to mint condition.