This diary, titled “The Girls of Camp Nameless,” documents a Fourth of July vacation spent by ten teenage girls at a vacation house on Irondequoit Bay, outside Rochester, NY. The group of friends included Helen Crippen, Helene Whipple, Margaret Ryan, Florence Matthews, Margaret Matthews, May Williams, Hannah Graeser, Zella Webster, and Doris Hill. The diary consists of humorous poems, illustrated with photographs and with watercolor sketches by Zella Webster. In addition to describing each day's activities and adventures, the diary includes biographical sketches of each girl. At the end of the book is a list of the girls who attended a bridal shower ten years after they spent their vacation at Camp Nameless.
Verses are written on unlined pages in black ink. Sketches are pen and ink, many with watercolor. Black-and-white photographs (some with applied color) are pasted on pages. Binding is cardboard. The front is labeled “U. of R. Note Book, No. 55½ .”