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At school or at family events, we can sometimes get photos of the group we represent.

Such photos are often placed in a paper/card cover on which are lines ready to write the names of the persons that are on the photo.

Is there any single term to represent this object?

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I'd suggest "photo jacket" or "photo sleeve."

Would you please inscribe the photo sleeve?

Would your son prefer "J.D." or "James Dean" on our photo jacket?

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