Here are a few images from a recently acquired scrapbook that contains wonderful prints, cut and pasted without any additional captions by the owner. The material is primarily German, primarily late 18th and early 19th century on themes of women’s life and fashion. There are a total of 89 prints on 28 leaves, all in good condition. The image on the front cover has been identified as Seidel quarry at Rochlitz with a view of Hartenstein castle on the back cover.
This would make an interesting study in itself or part of a larger project on domestic print collecting by women. Requests for free digitization can be made here: https://library.princeton.edu/special-collections/ask-us