The Ford E. Samuel Travelogues
4.125 in HIGH x 10.25 in WIDE x 14 in DEEP
(10.48 cm HIGH x 26.03 cm WIDE x 35.56 cm DEEP)
Gift of Graham Pilecki

X-2 and "X" hand written in capital block letters in black ink on the left side of the tray.

This artifact came from trunk number one, marked "Ford E. Samuel Travelogues," containing a projector, lenses and all the equipment to project a slide show. It also has slides of famous sights from around the world. Artfifacts are labeled 2010.26.1.1 through 2010.26.1.256. See master record for a complete list of individual numbers. (.3) Wood tray covered in olive green cloth with metal fittings along the corner edges and green canvas handles rivited to each short side of the tray. The interior of the tray was modified into two rows that hold 61 glass slides. One row has a hand written label in black ink "X-2" on the top edge and "X" on the short side of the tray below the "X-2" label. That row holds 30 slides (slides 2010.26.1.69 through 2010.26.1.98). The other unlabeled row holds 31 slides (2010.26.1.99 thtough 2010.26.1.129). All the dividers are made of wood wrapped in green felt.

This trunk and its material was used by Ford E. Samuel, who later bacame Mayor of Alameda.

Used: Ford E. Samuel

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