The members of the group were all children of German engineers who were brought to the United States under Operation Paperclip. The clippings include photos of the group with their new immigration registration cards.
This is an image of an A.M. Booth accounting page with dates from August 3rd to September 6th of unknown years. The text at the top of the page states "Bought of A.M. Booth Contractor and Builder. Dealer in All Kinds of Building Material." Items, most likely for the reconstruction of Harrison Brothers in 1902, are listed on the page along with prices and payments.
In the telegram A. J. Abrahams acknowledges that S. Schiffman will cover a $300 bill. It ends with a promise to explain the circumstances in a letter that will follow. In the handwritten letter to S. Schiffman, A. J. Abrahams details the circumstances surrounding the need for S. Schiffman to cover the bill and thanks him for his kindness.