Folder 1: Stereographs—South Boston [1871-1883], 8 items. Sepia images with views of building exterior, classroom, students and staff.
Folder 2: Postcards—South Boston [1906-1908], 15 items. Sepia and black and white images of building exterior, with cancellations and messages to: Mrs. Edwin Gould, Mrs. John Whittier, Miss Julie F. Dow, Miss. Marcella Lodi, Mr. Arthur Miller, Mr and Mrs. H. P. __field [Fairfield].
Folder 3: Postcards—South Boston [1906-1911], 6 items. Color images of building exterior with cancellations and messages to: Mrs. G. S. Underwood, Mrs. Balsen, Mrs. Lillian Rarsell, Mr. Johnson, and Miss. Margaret Farrell.
Folder 4: Postcards—Jamaica Plain , 2 items. Black and white images of building exterior, one with invitation to 25th anniversary of kindergarten and to honor founder Michael Anagnos.
Folder 5: Postcards—Boston Nursery for Blind Babies [no date], 1 item. Invitation with message to Mrs. Norton L. Thomas to a membership drive at the home of Mrs. Edwin D. Mellen following “The Fair”.
Folder 6: Postcards—Watertown [no date], 6 items. Sepia and black and white images of view of buildings with Charles River, one overhead view of Watertown with Perkins campus highlighted, and one Christmas card with braille message.
Folder 7: Postcards—Watertown [no date, 1958], 5 items. Sepia and one black and white image of campus buildings, students, children in sandbox, staff cleaning, and one cancelled postcard with message to Mrs. Haskin.
Folder 8: Postcards--Watertown—Greeting Cards , 3 items. Black and white images by Bourke White with tower reflection over the Charles River and texts: “Greetings from the Perkins Institution, Watertown”, and “Compliments of the Tuning Department” with piano tuning solicitation.
Folder 9: Postcards--Watertown—Color , 2 items. Hand colored images of building exteriors, dormitories, Boy’s Close, and people rowing on the Charles River with messages to Mrs. W. Humbert.
Folder 10: Postcards—Postcard Book Collection [1913-1925], 14 items. Black and white images, of building, students, staff, Kindergarten with Miss. Humbert, boats, cafeteria, one intact booklet and loose duplicates some with cancellations and messages to: Mrs. Wm. Severy,
Folder 11: Postcards—Watertown—By Margaret Bourke-“The City” collection [no date], 8 items. Black and white images of school buildings, Charles River, tower, garden, Girl’s Close, and entrance to Howe building. One addressed postcard to Mrs. Marion P. Kimball.
Folder 12: Postcards—First Day of Issue—Julia Ward Howe [1977, 1978], 3 items. Color images. Two with view of Howe building over Charles River with 14 cent Julia Ward Howe stamp and 15 cent Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan stamp. One with portrait of Julia Ward Howe with biographical information printed on back.
Folder 13: Postcards—Watertown—Color  3 items. Color image of aerial view of campus.
Folder 14: Correspondence , 2 items. Letters between Director Woodcock and Gale N. Stickler at the New Hampshire Association for the Blind regarding the donation of a cancelled 1908 postcard.
Folder 15, 16: Miscellaneous postcard of South Boston and slides of Laura Bridgman, North Building Deaf Blind Dept., Lower School, Adult Dorms, and North East Building.