Collection contains individual and group portraits of Mrs. Leonel Ross O'Bryan, aka "Polly Pry," or Mrs. Leonel Ross Anthony, her family and friends. Portraits of Sally T. Andrew, Franklin O. Hornaday, G.W. Caldwell, Madame Hasad Prishtina, Norton W. Campbell (cousin), Royal Nelson Campbell (brother), Mary Elizabeth Campbell (mother), James McKinney Campbell (father), and unidentified men, women, and children. Views from her American Franco Children's League campaign for Poppy Day, images of Helen J. Ahern, Charles L. De Ryder, Arizona governor Thomas E. Campbell. 18 photographic prints mounted on sheets with annotations titled, "In the killers county," by Miss Benson, these are views from Iron Mountain Station, Wyoming. The photographs show Iron Mountain Ranch, Little Grace, the mail carrier, the sheriff, the postmaster, a trapper, and men and women ostensibly witnesses to a murder committed by Tom Horn.
Additional items include: four scrapbooks (1899-1917) cover Pry's journalism career, foreign travel, reportage of Mexican border troubles (1914), Red Cross work during World War I. Other miscellaneous newspaper articles, typescripts of several plays (some written in collaboration with Ellis Meredith). Correspondence includes business interests in Polly Pry Publishing Company (1905) and Lakeside Casino Theatre (1916).