These two snapshots have been digitally enhanced so you can see the detail better. They are from the Benedicta Trunk album and both were in some other photo album before Ben put them in her own album. The photo on top is of four people in a cemetery. While our modern conventions might make that seem odd, in times past visits to the cemetery were not as moribund as they seem today. Cemeteries were designed to be park-like, encouraging family to reflect on their dear departed and to embrace the reality that is death. They also encouraged people to visit the graves, tend them, and bring family to visit the deceased person, making this photo very realistic of what might have happened. The photo was torn by whomever removed it from its original album, and the tear goes right down the middle of the man in the center.
The second photo is of a woman taking a shirt (?) off a child while another child watches, and a second woman climbs out of a car. The scenery in the background is a large field with a few trees. I imagine this was a family picnic.