tray

1910-1930

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...

1910-1930

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...

1910-1930

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...

ca. 1950-60s

One metal tray with map of Disneyland.

19th c.

Woven round tray, large, bamboo

1842

Tray and cup of china, decorated 1842. All used in Mexico or California by early Spanish families.

A: Tray

B: cup

c. 1900

a. High chair b. Zinc tray

Description: converts to stroller and rolls on four metal wheels; seat cracked. Zinc tray slides into metal clips under chair arms. White finish with metal...

1903

Chafing dish, won as a prize by Francis Marion Smith, for his boat, the Effort, Class L, in the Larchmont Race Week sailing races of 1903. A: chafing dish, copper with silver interior, long...

c. 1920s

Small tray from the Hotel Oakland. The edges are trimed with gold and the side of the tray is detailed with a garland pattern and the Hotel Oakland shield in the middle top of the tray. In the...

1896

This tray is part of a chocolate set. See 2007.24.1 for provenance. PCK

Inez Brooks-Myers, 7.8.09: The tray of the chocolate set is in an irregular shape, exhibiting Art Nouveau design...

c. 1904

Tray, embroidered on bear gut. Flower and flag design work done by Eskimo school children about 1904. Bought to Oakland by Capt. M. Hanson of the Alaska packers.

1661-1723

Sweet meat dish, buisquit porcelain, 1661-1723.

The dish is made of an octagon tray with scalloped edges. Inside rests a central octagon dish and 8 dishes that fit around it, covering the...

Tray
early 20th century

This is a rectangular hammered brass tray with rounded corners and a curved raised edge.

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