Marriott C. Morris’s daughter Janet Morris created these travel journals to commemorate family vacations to the Canadian and American West in 1921 and Europe in 1925 and 1931. Through diary entries, photographs, and clippings in the Western journal, Janet detailed the Morris family’s journey by train including stops in Niagara Falls, Detroit, Seattle, and Victoria, British Columbia. The journals include humorous anecdotes regarding escaped horses, mosquito bites, and an argument between Janet’s mother, Jane Rhoads Morris, and a Jesuit priest on the train. The first half of the 1925 European journal contains Janet’s fanciful imaginings of what her trip might be like, including getting swept off her feet by a foreign man. The second half is filled with clippings, tickets, and mementos of the Morris family’s journey through England and France. Janet Morris’s trip to Europe in 1931 took her to France, Germany, and Italy. The journal is filled with tickets, playbills, and other ephemera including dried flowers gathered during walks along the Riviera.