Written on verso: 'View of Testing Laboratory, Lukens Steel Co. showing men at work and test specimens of steel ready to be tested. some specimens of thick plate steel which have been bent are shown in the foreground.'
Written on verso: 'And must these continue to die like this? Thank God, NO, not if we can help it-- and thank God, Mr. and Mrs. Huston, He is showing you and me our blessed part that we can do, are doing, praise His name. Sleeping sickness victim in last stages.' Written on folder: 'To Huston from missionary Dr. Kellersberger in the Belgian Congo, Africa 1924'
Written on verso: 'A beautiful lake 100 mi from here where we take our vacations (only we didn't get ours this last year, a set of missionaries being sick). It is a lovely spot. The young lady 'in the air' is my daughter Winifred!' Written on folder: 'Photos from Africa, 1923-24, sent by missionary Dr. E. R. Kellersberger to Charles L. Huston.'
Written on verso: 'Picture showing in the foreground, first, Lukens Steel Company Main Office. Next residence of Charles L. Huston; then Huston Mansion, and finally the old Lukens Mansion, with the Lukens Steel Co. in the background.'