Also found at the Hubbard Museum, hidden away in a trunk in an upstairs bedroom, was a hand made album of original Charles Hall carving photographs. Some of these photos were the originals of the pictures seen in the Shadow Carving brochure. Several photographs in the album depicted another hobby or vocation of Charles Hall. In addition to carving chests, screens and boxes Charles Hall also had an interest in carving letter openers - or small wooden knives. Below are all the pages from the album. Click on each thumbnail to see the full sized page.