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VICTOR ANIMATOGRAPH
PHOTOGRAPH LIST

MsC 153

Collection Guide

This document describes a Manuscript Collection held by the

Special Collections Department
University of Iowa Libraries
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Box Contents List

Victor Animatograph Photograph Listing

 

The photographs in the Victor Animatograph Collection are, for the most part, numbered and ordered in their original manner. Folder thickness varies and represents a rough attempt to organize the folders according to content while preserving the original order of the photographs. The photographs of the Victor Animatograph Collection begin in Box 11. The following list of photographs in the collection is organized thus:

Box #: Folder #

Catalog # (when applicable); this was assigned by the Victor Co.

“title of photograph” or [description of photograph], (date—when applicable)

(if more than one, the number of copies of each image).

A lower case letter following a catalog # denotes different photographs from the same envelope.

In early 2004 we discovered a few badly deteriorated negatives. Further investigation determined that these had been made on nitrate film stock – as had a substantial number of negatives still preserved in remarkably fine condition. Since the negatives were certain to deteriorate over time, and also presented a fire hazard, they were printed by the University’s AudioVisual Services department and then discarded.

 

Box 11 (Projectors)

Folder 1

A1000, “Special Built Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”,

A1001, ““

A1002, ““ (although the negative identifies A1002 as a “Sound-on-Film Animatophone”)

A1003, “Special Built Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1004, ““

A1005a, ““

A1005b, ““

 

Folder 2

A1006, “Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1007, ““

A1008, “Front View Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1009, “Rear View Model 5 Sound-on- Disc Animatophone”

A1010, ““

A1011, “Model 5 Animatophone showing tone pick-up dissembled”

A1012, “Front View Model 5 Animatophone showing reels”

A1013, “Front View Model 5 Animatophone-SOD- showing disc.”

A1014a, “Top View Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1014b, ““

A1015, “Side View Model 5 Animatophone”

A1016, “”

A1017a, “Front View Model 5 SOD Animatophone showing full & empty reels”

A1017b, “”

A1018, “Front View Model 5 SOD Animatophone”

A1020, “” (2 copies)

A1021, “Side View of Model 5 SOD Animatophone showing disc”

A1022, Rear Side View of Victor Model 5 SOD Animatophone” (3 copies)

A1023a, “Front View Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1023b, “” (3 copies)

A1023c, “”

A1024, “Victor Model 6 SOD Animatophone in case” (4 copies)

A1025, “Side View Victor Model 6 SOD Animatophone”

A1026, “Front View Victor 5 Sound-on-Film Animatophone” (2 copies)

A1027, “Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone in open case”

 

Folder 3

A1028, “Dissembled Model 5A Sound-on-Disc Animatophone” (2 copies, one w/diagram)

A1029, “”

A1030, “Rear View Model 5 Animatophone with lamp house door open”

A1031-1032, “Rear View Model 5A Sound-On-Disc Animatophone”

A1033, “”

A1034, “3 Views Model 5 of Sound-on-Disc Animatophone” (glass)

A1035, “Rear View Model 5 Animatophone with carrying case”

 

Folder 4

A1036, “Rear View Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1037, “Rear View Model 5 Animatophone”

A1038, “Side View Model 5 SOD Animatophone with lens mount swung upward”

A1039, “Side View Model 5 SOD Animatophone” (2 copies)

A1040, “Model 5R Animatophone dissembled”

A1041, “Side View of Model 5 Animatophone with disc and tone pickup dissembled”

A1042, “Rear View Model 5 SOD Animatophone”

A1043a, “Front View Model 5 Animatophone”

A1043b, “”

A1044, “Tone Pickup Arm”

A1047a, “Rear View Model 5 SOD Animatophone”

A1047b, “”

A1048, “Rear View Model B60 Speaker” (4 copies)

A1051a, “Model 5 Animatophone in use in an Office” (2 copies)

A1051b, “”

A1051c, “”

A1051d, “”

 

Folder 5

A1053, “Model 5A Animatophone showing rheostat”

A1054, “Model 5A Animatophone Motor”

A1055, “Model 5A Animatophone parts”

A1056, “Side view Model 5A Animatophone showing disc and microphone”

A1058, “Model 5A Parts”

A1059, “Front view Model 5A Animatophone”

A1060, “Illustrations of dissembled parts of Model 5R Animatophone”

 

Folder 6

A1061a, “E.L. Schroeder with Victor Model 5 Animatophone”

A1061b, “”

A1061c, “”

A1061d, “”

A1062, “Speed Control on Victor Model 5 Animatophone”

A1063, “Model 5 Animatophone with case in background”

 

Folder 7

A1065, “Victor Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone in case”

A1066a, “Victor Model 6 Animatophone in case enclosed—Special Government Job”

A1066b, “Victor Model 6 Animatophone in open case—Special Government Job”

A1066c, “Rear view Model 6 Speaker case—Special Government Job”

A1066d, “Front view Model 6 in case—Special Government Job”

A1066e, “Inside view Model 6 Speaker Case—Special Government Job”

A1066f, “Speaker case and disc turntable—Special Government Job”

A1067, “Special Illustrations for Model 6 Instructions”

A1068, “Side view Model 6 Sound-on-Film Animatophone” (2 copies)

A1069, “Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone—Special Government Job”

 

Folder 8

A1070, “Model 5 Case”

A1071a, “Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1071b, “”

A1071c, “”

A1072, “Front View Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1073, “Speaker for Special Government Job”

 

Folder 9

A1074, “Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone in Case”

A1075, “Model 6 Animatophone Sound-on-Disc showing Case”

A1076, “Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone in Case”

A1077, “Side view Model 6 Animatophone SOD in Case”

A1078, “Model 6 Animatophone Open”

A1079, “Model 60 Speaker”

A1081a, “Model 6 SOD Animatophone & Speaker in Case” (2 copies)

A1081b, “”

A1082a, “Man adjusting disc on Model 6 SOD Animatophone in Case”

A1082b, “”

A1083, “Side view Model 6 SOD Animatophone in Case” (2 copies)

A1084, “Rear view Model 6 SOD Animatophone in case”

A1085, “Model 60 Speaker in case” (4 copies)

A1086, “Side view Model 6 Animatophone showing Disc”

A1088, “Side view Model 6 Animatophone SOD with Microphone”

 

Folder 10

A1089, “Side View Model 6 Animatophone SOD with Microphone, (11-31)”

A1090, “Central Box of Model 6 Animatophone”

A1091, “Rear View Speaker case of Model 6 Animatophone”

A1092a, “Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone Parts”

A1092b, “”

A1092c, “”

A1092d, “”

A1092e, “”

A1092f, “”

A1092g, “”

A1092h, “”

A1092i, “”

A1092j, “”

A1092k, “”

A1092l, “”

A1092m, “”

A1093a, “Parts for Model 6 Animatophone”

A1093b, “”

A1093c, “”

A1094, “Two Views Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone” (glass)

A1094a, “Two View Model 5 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone” (3 copies)

A1094b, “” (6 copies)

A1097, “Top view Model 6 SOD Animatophone in Case”

A1098, “Model 6 Part Illustrations for Instructions” (glass)

A1099a, “Parts Model 6 Animatophone for Instructions”

A1099b, “”

A1100, “Top view Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Animatophone”

A1102a, “Illustrations of Model 5A dissembled for instructions” (4 copies)

A1102b, “” (3 Copies)

A1103, “Instructional Diagram” (1933)

 

Folder 11

A1104, “Experimental Sound-on-Film Machine, (3-33)” (2 copies)

A1105, “Experimental Sound-on-Film Animatophone, (3-33)” (2 copies)

A1106a, “Rear view Experimental Sound-on-Film machine, (4-33)” (2 copies)

A1106b, “”

 

Folder 12

A1110, “Rear view Model 12A Animatophone, (5-25-33)” (5 copies)

A1111, “Side view Victor Model 12A Animatophone Sound-on-Film, (5-25-33)”

A1112, “Model 12A Sound-on-Film Animatophone in case, (5-25-33)”

A1113, “Model 12A Animatophone in case ready for operation, (1922)” (2 copies)

A1114, “Model 12A Speaker and case, (8-33)” (4 copies)

A1115, “Model 12A Animatophone Sound-on-Film, (1933)” (3 copies)

A1116, “Side view Model 12A Animatophone, (1933)” (3 copies)

A1117, “Lens Mount Model 12A Animatophone, (10-33)” (11 copies)

 

Folder 13

A1118, “Model 12B Animatophone Sound-on-Film (Dec. 1933)”

*A1119, see Folder 15

A1120, “Model 12A Sound-on-Film Animatophone with Continuous Attachment”

A1121, “Model 12A Animatophone in Case”

A1122, “Model 12B Sound-on-Film Animatophone in case”

A1125, “Showing Lens etc. of Model 12A Animatophone”

A1126, “Model 12B Animatophone and Speaker enclosed in case”

A1127, “Model 12B Animatophone in case ready for operation”

A1128, “Sound-on-Film 12B Animatophone”

A1129, “Model 12B Sound-on-Film Animatophone”

A1130, “”

 

Folder 14

A1183-1184a, “Model 25 Animatophone, (2-36)”

A1183-1184b, “”

A1183-1184c, “” (several copies)

A1183-1184d, “” (several copies)

 

Folder 15 (Does not contain photographs)

A1119, “Schematic Diagram Model 12A Animatophone, (1933)”

 

Box 12 (Projectors)

Folder 1

A1299, “Lamp house Assembly and Rear Casting, (1-40)”

A1300, “Unit ‘M’ Speaker Closed, (3-40)” (2 copies)

A1301, “Booster Amplifier Unit “R”, (3-40)” (5 copies)

A1302, “Booster Amplifier Unit ‘O,’ (3-40)” (2 copies)

A1303, “Unit ‘M’ Speaker—Open, ((3-40)” (3 copies)

A1305, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier, Unit ‘U’ Turntable, Unit ‘M’ speakers, and Clipper Microphone, (4-40)” (3 copies)

A1310, “Unit ‘Y’ Recorder and Reproducer, (4-40)”

A1311, “Unit ‘O’ Booster Amplifier with Unit ‘Y’ Recorder, and Unit ‘M’ Speakers, (4-40)” (3 copies)

A1319, “Models of Speakers: ‘H,’ ‘J,’ ‘K,’ ‘L,’ ‘M,’ and ‘Monitor,’” (4-40)” (5 copies)

A1321, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier with LifTop, (5-40)” (2 copies)

A1322, “Model ‘Amplifier without LifTop, (5-40)” (5 copies)

A1323, “Model 40 Animatophone with Unit ‘J’ Speaker, Unit ‘H’ Speaker and Lif Top, (6-40)”

A1326, “Unit ‘U’ Turntable, (6-40)” (4 copies)

A1327, “Unit ‘H’ Speaker, (6-40)” (3 copies)

A1330, “Central Radio-P.A. Sound System Unit ‘V,’ (6-40). With note dated 10/1/40: “Do not send these out without okay of Mr. Rose or Horton—Discontinued.” (6 copies)

A1350, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier, ‘M’ Speaker (closed), ‘W’ Turntable and Clipper Microphone & LifTop, (7/1/41)”
A1351, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier, ‘M’ Speakers (Open), ‘W’ Turntable, Clipper microphone & LifTop, (7/1/41)” (3 copies)

A1352, “Unit ‘J’ or ‘K’ Speaker, (7/1/41)” (5 copies)

 

Folder 2

A1354, “Unit ‘M’ Speakers Open, (7/1/41)” (5 copies)

A1355, “Unit ‘H’ Speaker, (7/1/41)” (5 copies)

A1356, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier (rear view), (7/1/41)” (4 copies)

A1357, “Model ‘O’ Amplifier (front view), (7/1/41)” (3 copies)

A1358, “Unit ‘M’ Turntable, (7/1/41)” (5 copies)

A1359, “Unit ‘M’ Turntable with Clipper microphone, (7/1/41)” (4 copies)

 

Folder 3

A1360/A1361/A1362a, either a “Model ‘R,’ ‘O,’ or ‘A’ amplifier [interior view] (12/13/41)” (3 copies)

A1360/A1361/A1362b, either a “Model ‘R,’ ‘O,’ or ‘A’ amplifier [interior view] (12/31/41)”

A1360/A1361/A1362c, either a “Model ‘R,’ ‘O,’ or ‘A’ amplifier [interior view] (12/13/41)” (10 copies)

 

A1363, “Motor Parts (used by J.P. Horton in new “Parts Price List”), (3/17/42)” (3 copies)

A1364a, “Rear Projection Assembly (J.P. Horton used in new “Parts Price List), (3/17/42)”

A1364b, “”

 

Folder 4

A1365a, “Accessory case and Animatophone for Inter-American Committee (open), (9/15/42)” (2 copies)

A1365b, “” (3 copies)

A1366a, “Accessory case and Animatophone for Inter-American Committee in closed case, (9/15/42)” (5 copies)

A1366b, “” (6 copies)

A1367a, “Accessory Case opened (Send to Inter-American Affairs Committee), (9/15/42)” (3 copies)

A1367b, “” (3 copies)

A1368, “Accessory Case opened (Send to Inter-American Affairs Committee), (9/15/42)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 5

A1369, “Back view of Model 40 AC-DC, (Nov. 1942)”

A1370, “Back Casting of Lamp House Model 40AC-DC, (Nov. 1942)”

A1371, “Rear view of Model 40AC-DC, (Nov. 1942)” (3 copies)

A1372a, “Parts list of old Models 24, 25 and 38 Animatophones, (Nov. 1942)” (3 copies)

A1372b, “Taken at same time as A1372a, but never used” [various Animatophone parts, unlabeled]” (4 copies)

A1373, “General view Model 40AC-DC, (Nov. 1942)” (2 copies)

A1374, “Back casting and Lamp House Model 40 Animatophone, (Nov. 1942)”

A1375, “Sound drum, P.E. Cell and [illegible] Lamp Model 40 Animatophone, (Nov. 1942)” (2 copies)

A1376, “Motor Assembly for Parts Price List-Model 40 (Special-less exciter switch), (5/6/43)” (3 copies)

A1377a, “Back view of regular Model 40 Animatophone, (5/6/43)” (2 copies)

A1377b, “” (4 copies)

A1378, “Model 40-B Amplifier, (5/6/43)”

A1379, “Model 40-B Amplifier—Front view, (5/6/43)” (4 copies)

A1380a, “Model 40 Amplifier (Rear view-less still picture), (5/6/43)” (6 copies)

A1380b, “” (3 copies)

A1381, “Lamp House Assembly (used in new Service Manual), (6/17/43)” (4 copies)

A1382, “Reel Arms, Belts and Power Cords (used in new Service Manual), (6/17/43)” (2 copies)

A1383, “Illustrations of ‘parts,’ (Jan. 1943)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 6

There is a note concerning the files in Folder 6: “Cordomatic Power Cord System in Victor Speaker Case—More Prints can be obtained by writing to:

Cordomatic

1724 W. Indiana Ave.

Philadelphia 32, Pennsylvania”

A1384a, “Before installing, (April 1944)” (several copies)

A1384b, “After installing, (April 1944)” (several copies)

A1384c, “Front view of speaker case open for Cordomatic installation, (April 1944)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 7

Conv. # 1, “Victor Convention Display—About 1920”

Conv. # 2, “Display at Tenth Annual Meeting National Academy of Visual Instruction”

Conv. # 3, “N.E.A. Convention, St. Louis, Missouri 1936” (many copies)

Conv. # 4a, “N.E.A. Convention, Atlantic City, N.J.) (3 copies)

Conv. # 4b, “” (2 copies)

Conv. # 5, “Industrial Trade Show, Davenport, Iowa 1938” (2 copies)

Conv. # 6, “N.E.A. Convention, New York City (June, 1938)” (4 copies)

Conv. # 7, “Victor Display in Petersen, Harned, & Von Maur Store Window during ‘Teamwork for Victory’ war show as sponsored by Tri-City Manufactures in April 1944.” (2 copies)

Conv. # 8a, “” (3 copies)

Conv. # 8b, “” [with note “No good—Taken by Bawdens] (2 copies)

Conv. # 9, “Victor Distributor-Dealer Meeting in Chicago, (8/8/46)”

 

Box 13 (Projectors and Accessories)

Folder 1

*The images now included within the first folder of Box 13 were not numbered by Victor Animatograph, so they have had a number added by Library staff.

 

#1, “Model 1, 35mm Projector (photo used in April 1955 “News Reel”) (1914)”

#2, “Model 2, 35mm Projector (used in April 1955 “New Reel”) (1915)”

#3, “Victor Cine Projector, Model 1 (1923)”

#4, “Model 5 Sound on Disc Animatophone (1930)”

#5, “Model 12 Animatophone (1933)”

#6, “Model 12A, Open, Front View”

#7, “Model 6 Sound-on-Disc Projector”

#8, “Victor Model 7 Cine Projector”

#9, “Model 22 Projector, Enclosed, (April, 1938)” (5 copies)

 

Folder 2

AA1, “Speaker Case”

AA2, “Hand Type Crystal Microphone Desk Type Microphone (11/36)”

AA3a, “Velocity Ribbon Microphone (11/36)”

AA3b, “”

AA4, “Phonette Turntable (11/36)” (2 copies)

AA5, “Victor Turntable” (several copies)

 

Folder 3

AA6, “Change-Over Switch (11/36)” (2 copies)

AA7, “Zipper Covers (11/36)” (2 copies)

AA8a, “Amplifier Tubes (11/36)” (2 copies)

AA8b, “Amplifier Tubes (11/36)” (2 copies)

AA9, “Tubes (11/36)” (3 copies)

AA10, “Tool kit and Attachment Card (11/36)”

AA11, “Tubes (11/36)”

 

Folder 4

AA12a, “Girl with Record Turntable (11/36)” (1 copy, and 2 oversize)

AA12b, “” (1 copy)

AA13, “Geo. Eustace at Microphone (11/36)”

AA14, “Amplifier Carrying Case” (5 copies)

AA15, “Tubes and P.E. Cell, (11/36)”

AA16, “Tubes, (11/36)”

AA17, “Aluminum Parabolic Speaker, (12/36)” (2 Copies)

AA19, “Portable Engine Generator” (5 copies, and 3 oversize)

AA20, “High-Impedance “Clipper” Microphone, (1/39)” (6 copies)

 

Folder 5

AA21a, “Discs and Films” (2 copies)

AA21b, “” (2 copies)

AA21c, “” (2 copies)

AA21d, “” (2 copies)

AA21e, “” (2 copies)

AA21f, “” (2 copies)

AA21g, “” (2 copies)

AA21h, “” (2 copies)

AA21i, “” (2 copies)

AA21j, “” (1 copy)

AA22, “Films & Disc”

AA23, “Close-up of Disc used in SOD Animatophone”

Folder 6

AA24a, “Model 5 Lenses and Plugs” (2 copies)

AA24b, “” (2 copies)

AA25, “Radio-Phone Hook-up Sketch, (8/34)”

AA26, “Transformer (6/36)” (4 copies)

AA27a, “Preamplifier” (6 copies)

AA27b, “”

AA28, “Close-Up of Animatophone Tubes (9/36)”

 

Folder 7

AA29, “Case for Models 25,25AC, and 24C Animatophones (7/37)”

AA30, “Case for Model 24-A Animatophone (7/37)”

AA31, “Case for Model 24-B Animatophone (7/37)”

AA32, “Speaker Case for Models 25,25AC, and 24C (7/37)”

AA33, “Case for Y-12 and K-12 Speakers (7/37)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 8

AA34, “Speakers Y-12 and K-12 (7/37)” (several copies)

AA35a, “Preamplifier for Public Address System (11/37)” (2 copies)

AA35b, “” (2 copies)

AA36a, “P.A. System, Amplifier, and Speaker (11/37)”

AA36b, “”

AA37a, “P.A. System Speaker (11/37)”

AA37b, “”

AA38, “Turntable, (11/37)”

AA39a, “Low Impedance Ribbon Mike and Stand (11/37)”

AA39b, “”

AA40, Model 38 Animatophone Case (11/37)”

AA41, “Recording Unit, Record Cutter and Playback (8/34)” (4 copies)

AA42, “Lubricating Oil and Film Cement”

AA43, “Portable Collaps-o-ble Screen”

AA44, “Gasoline Engine Generator Plant”

 

Folder 9

AA45, “Packing Box for Model 40 Animatophone with ‘Y’ and ‘K’ Speaker and Rotary Converter (5/40” (Several copies)

AA48, “[Illegible Title], (9/17/43)” (many copies)

AA49, “Another view of Special Overseas Shipping Trunk, open, (?/17/43)” (many copies)

AA50, “Inside view of Special Overseas Shipping Trunk (4/17/43)” (many copies)

AA51, “Shipping or Packing case made of plywood (closed), (4/17/43)” (many copies)

AA52, “Packing case with top open (Special Overseas Box) (4/17/43)” (many copies)

 

Folder 10

AA53, “Clipper Microphone on ‘desk or hand stand’, (June 1944)” (several copies)

AA54a, “Change- over Switch” (2 copies)

AA54b, “”

AA54c, “Animatophone Slip Cover” with address note: “Fromaders, 536 West 14 th, Davenport, Iowa”

 

Box 14 (Cameras)

Folder 1

C1019, “Victor 3 Camera—Side View of Exposure Meter, (8/29/27)” (5 copies)

C1020, “”

C1021, “Model 3 Victor Camera—Front View, (7/7/27)”

C1022, “Victor Model 3 Camera—Front View, (June, ’27)” (2 copies)

C1023, “”

C1024, “Victor Model 2 Camera—inside view showing one reel, (July, 1927)” (2 copies)

C1025, “Victor Model 3 Camera—inside view showing two reels, (July, 1927)” (3 copies)

C1026a, “Model 3 Camera—front view, (July, 1927)” (4 copies)

C1026b, “” (2 copies)

C1026c, “”

C1027, “Victor Model 3 Camera” (4 copies)

C1028, “Victor Model 3 Camera—placed on side, (8/31/29)”

C1029, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front, (6/27/28)” (4 copies)

 

Folder 2

C1030, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front, (6/27/28)”

C1031, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front—front view, (8/29/28)”

C1032, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front—side view, (8/23/28)” (3 copies)

C1033, “Victor Model 5 Camera, (Sept. 1930)”

C1034, “Victor Model 5 Camera—on movable tripod, (8/15/30)” (4 copies)

C1035, “”

C1036, “” (Aug., 1930)

C1037, “Victor Model 5 Camera on stand—side view, (June, 1930)”

C1038, “Victor Model 5 Camera—Victor trademark in background, (6/11/30)”

C1039, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front on tripod, (3/5/30)”

C1040, “Victor Model 3 Camera—turret front”

C1041, “Victor Model 3 Camera—front view”

C1042, “Victor Model 3 Camera with Hugo Meyer Correctoscope, (1/17/29)”

 

Folder 3

C1043, “Camera Carrying Case, (1/17/29)” (4 copies)

C1044, “Camera Carrying Case—front view, (1/31/29)” (3 copies)

C1045, “Victor Model 5 Camera—packed in case, (3/30)”

C1046, “Camera Carrying Case with provisions for extra lenses, (1/17/29)” (2 copies)

C1047, “Camera Carrying Case (1/31/29)”

C1048a, “Integral Camera Parts, (9/3/30)”

C1048b, “”

C1048c, “”

C1048d, “”

C1048e, “”

C1048f, “”

C1048g, “”

C1048h, “”

C1049, “D. Johannesen looking thru Model 5, (8/15/30)”

C1050, “Victor Model 5 Camera showing Hugo Meyer Correctoscope, (9/12/28)”

C1051, “Camera Speed Indicator (8/30)” (2 copies)

C1052, “Victor Camera Exposure Meter, (8/30)”

C1053, “Side view of hand operating turret front of Victor Model 5 Camera, (8/29/30)”

 

Folder 4

C1054, “Side view hand operating turret front of Victor Model 5 Camera, (8/15/30)”

C1055, “D. Johannesen adjusting lenses on Victor Model 5 Camera on tripod, (8/15/30)”

C1056, “D. Johannesen operating Model 5 Camera, (8/15/30)”

C1057, “Close-up of D. Johannesen adjusting lens on Victor Model 5 Camera, (8/15/30)”

C1058, “D. Johannesen looking down into Victor Model 5 Camera, (8/15/30)”

C1059, “Side view D. Johannesen looking down into Victor Model 5 Camera, (8/15/30)”

C1060, “D. Johannesen looking thru Model 5 Victor Camera tilted on tripod, (8/15/30)”

C1061, “Close-up of D. Johannesen looking thru Victor Model 5 Camera tilted on tripod, (8/15/30)”

C1062, “Child looking thru Model 5 Camera on tripod, (8/1930)” (2 copies)

C1063, “Front view of Ruth Roland with Model 3 Camera, (Aug. 1930)”

C1064, “Side view Ruth Roland with Model 3 Camera, (Aug. 1930)” (3 copies)

C1065, “Christmas display with Model 3 Camera, (Nov. 1930)” (3 copies)

C1066, “Model 3 Camera and Carrying Case—on table with books (Nov. 1930)”

C1067, “Model 3 Camera and Case with vase of poinsettias (Nov. 1930)”

 

Folder 5

C1068, “Victor Model 3 Camera and Case on table, (Nov. 1930)” (several copies)

C1069a, “Model 3 Camera on suitcase with man’s overcoat, (Nov. 1930)”

C1069b, “Model 3 Camera on suitcase with lady’s coat, (Nov. 1930)”

C1070, “Model 3 Camera with golf clubs, (11/30/30)”

C1071a, “Model 3 Camera with fishing tackle, (Nov. 1930)”

C1071b, “”

C1071c, “”

C1072, “Victor Model 3 Camera, (Nov. 1930)”

C1073, “Woman with Model 3—side view” (several copies)

C1074, “Woman with Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1075, “Woman near car shooting with Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1076, “Woman sitting on ground with Scotty dog and holding Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1077, “Woman near tree trunk with Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

 

Folder 6

C1078, “Woman shooting up with Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1079, “Woman getting in with Model 3 Camera suspended by straps from shoulder, (8/10/27)”

C1080, “Rear view of woman operating Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1081, “Woman near tree trunk operating Model 3, (8/10/27)”

C1082, “Woman posing with Model 3 Camera, (8/10/27)”

C1083, “Man using Model 3 Camera to photograph dancer”

C1084, “Woman posing on bench with Model 3, (8/9/27)”

C1085, “Woman sitting down operating Model 3 Camera, (8/9/27)”

C1086, “Woman standing holding Model 3, (8/9/27)”

C1087, Woman playing with dog and holding Model 3 Camera, (8/9/27)”

C1088, “Man photographing Atwater Kent Quartet”

C1089, “Man photographing Atwater Kent Quartet with Model 3 Camera”

C1090, “S.G. Rose holding Victor Model 3, (7/13/27)” (several copies)

C1091, “S.G. Rose with Model 3 Camera, (7/13/27)” (several copies)

C1092, “S.G. Rose holding Model 3 Camera, (7/13/27)”

C1093, “S.G. Rose operating Model 3 Camera, (9/27/27)” (3 copies)

C1094, “D. Johannesen operating model 5 camera on movable tripod, (8/15/30)”

C1095, “G.E. Beyer with Model 3 Camera, (9/27)” (2 copies)

C1096, “G.E. Beyer and E. L. Schroeder with Model 3 Cameras, (9/27)”

C1097, “G.E. Beyer operating Model 3, (9/27)”

 

Folder 7

C1099, “Model 3 Camera Instruction photos, Illustrations F1-M7, (3/31/31)” (5 copies)

C1100, “Model 3 Camera Instruction photos, Illustrations M8-D, (3/19/31)” (6 copies)

C1101a, “Illustrations F1-M7 Model 3 Camera Instructions, (3/31/31)” (2 copies)

C1101b, “Illustrations M8-D, (3/31/31)” (3 copies)

C1102a, “Integral Parts of Model 3 Mechanism, (Jan. 1931)”

C1102b, “”

C1102c, “”

C1102d, “”

C1102e, “”

C1102f, “”

C1102g, “”

C1102h, “”

C1102i, “”

C1102j, “” (several copies)

C1103, “Camera Assembly Block (Jan. 1931)” (glass)

 

Box 15 (Cameras)

Folder 1

C1104, “Man with Model 5 Camera (June 10, 1931)” (glass)

C1105, “Model 5 Camera with Carrying Case, (May, 1930)” (4 copies)

C1106, “”

C1107, “Model 5 with Case closed, (5/30)”

C1108, “Model 5 Camera with Carrying Case, (May, 1930)”

C1109a, “Model 3 Camera framed in picture frame with holly, (Dec. 1930)”

C1109b, “”

C1109c, “”

C1110, “Model 5 Camera-Front View” (glass)

C1111, “Man shooting toward ground with Victor Model 5 Camera (May 1931)”

C1112, “Side view of Model 5 Camera, (May, 1931)” (10 copies)

C1113, “Side view of Victor Model 3 Camera, (May, 1931)”

C1114, “Side view Model 5 Camera, (May, 1931)”

C1115a, “Model 5 Camera with World, (4/8/32)”

C1115b, “”

C1116, “Victor Model 5 Camera—Golfer in background, (May, 1931)”

 

Folder 2

C1117a, “Man operating Model 5 Camera, (May, 1931)”

C1117b, “”

C1118a, “Showing Camera Mechanisms, (Feb., 1931)”

C1118b, “”

C1118c, “”

C1118d, “”

C1118e, “”

C1118f, “”

C1119, “Victor Model 5 Camera on Pedestal, (July, 1930)”

C1120, “Victor Model 5 Camera—Side view, (Dec. 1, 1931)” (2 copies)

C1121, “Victor Model 3 Camera—Side view, (Dec. 1, 1931)”

C1122, “Carrying Cases for Victor Model 3 and 5, (12/4/31)”

C1123a, “View of Rear View Finder (Old Style), (3/18/32)”

C1123b, “”

C1124a, “View of New Style Rear View Finder, (3/18/32)”

C1124b, “” (2 copies)

C1124c, “”

C1125, “Victor Model 3 Camera showing prices ($82.50), (4/5/32)”

C1126a, “Victor Model 3 Camera with Case, (4/15/32)” (many copies)

C1126b, “”

C1127, “Camapod for Victor Cameras, (April, 1932)”

C1128, “Model 5 Camera in Carrying Case, (4/5/32)” (several copies)

 

Folder 3

C1129, “Victor Model 5 Camera in Case, (4/15/32)” (several copies)

C1130, “Model O Case, (9/5/32)”

C1131, “New Victor Model 5 Camera and Case, (4/8/32)” (several copies)

C1132a, “View of Victor Titler in operation on rear of auto, (5/7/32)”

C1132b, “”

C1133a, “Bathing Girl with Camera ( Lorraine Fromader), (May, 1932)”

C1133b, “” (2 copies)

C1133c, “”

C1133d, “” (2 copies)

C1134, “Man holding Model 3—pointing Camera toward sky, (5/32)”

C1135, “Victor Model 5 Camera—posed against man’s knee in riding habit, (May, 1932)”

C1136, “Mr. Beyer and # 5 Camera on tripod, (May, 1932)”

 

Folder 4

C1137a, “Victor Model 3 Camera with silhouettes in background, (7/5/32)”

C1137b, “”

C1137c, “”

C1138a, “Victor Model 3 Camera and Case with folders, (7/14/32)”

C1138b, “”

C1139, “Victor Model 5 Camera—side view, (May, 1931)” (4 copies)

C1140a, “Victor Model 3 Camera and Case with films and key case in background, (4/32)”

C1140b, “” (2 copies)

C1141, “Side view Model 5 Camera on covered table, (4/32)” (many copies)

C1142, “Man operating Model 5 Camera on tripod, (May, 1932)” (2 copies)

C1143, “Side view Model 3 Camera, (Dec. 1932)” (3 copies)

C1144, “Victor Model 5 Camera with Visual Focusing”

C1145, “Victor # 1 Camera Case, (Dec. 1933)” (2 copies)

C1146, “Victor Model 3 with following copy:

Top Line: ‘Victor Fine Movie Equipment’

Lower Line: ‘V3 The Popular Victor Model 3 with Dallmeyer Lens’

(1/1933)” (3 copies)

C1147, “Victor Model 5 with the following copy:

Top Line: ‘Victor Fine Movie Equipment’

Lower Line: ‘V5 The All-Feature Victor Model 5 Camera with Visual Focusing’

(1/1933)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 5

C1148, “Geo. E. Beyer with Model 5 Camera on Cama-Cane, (7/33)”

C1149, “Cama-Cane held by hand, (7/33)”

C1151a, “Model 5 Camera Silhouetted, (Oct. 1933)”

C1151b, “”

C1152, “Victor Model 5 Camera Silhouetted, (Oct. 1933)”

C1153, “Victor Model 5 Camera—front view, (Oct. 1933)”

C1154, “Front page ‘Camera Accessory’ folder, (Nov. 1933)”

C1155, “Victor Model 5 Camera—front view” (2 copies)

C1156, “Front view—Victor Model 3 Camera ‘5 Speed,’ (Nov. 1933)”

C1157, “Victor Model 3 Camera –old style-front view, (11/33)”

C1158, “Victor Model 3 Camera—front view, (Jan., 1934)”

C1159, “Victor Model 3 Camera—front view, (Jan., 1934)” (several copies)

C1160, Victor Model 3 Camera—front view, (Feb. 1934)” (2 copies)

C1161, “Model 3 Camera with ‘5 Speed,’ (July, 5, 1934)” (several copies) features note “Do not use in Portfolio”

C1162, “Model 3 Camera Carrying Case” (2 copies) features note: “Fromader took negative 8/5/46”

C1163a, “Camera Cases for Models 3 and 5, (June, 1930)”

C1163b, “” (3 copies)

 

Folder 6

C1164a, “Mr. Beyer holding Model 5 Camera, (Sept. 14, 1934)”

C1164b, “Mr. Beyer looking into Model 5 Camera, (Sept. 14, 1934)”

C1165a, “Mr. Ryan with Model 5 Camera (2/7/35)”

C1165b, “”

C1165c, “”

C1165d, “”

C1165e, “”

C1166, “New Camera Sprocket replacement instructions, (July 10, 1935)”

C1167, “To Replace Camera sprocket instructions, (July 12, 1935)”

C1168a, “Model 4 Camera from retouched print—side view, (Aug. 1, 1935)”

C1168b, “”

C1169a, “Model 5 Camera with man operating, (4/26/35)” (2 copies)

C1169b, “” (3 copies)

 

Folder 7

C1170a, “Victor Model 4 Camera oiling instructions, (9/12/35)”

C1170b, “”

C1171, “Man operating Model 3 Camera” (3 copies)

C1172, “Model 3 Camera, (9/24/35)” (many copies)

C1173, “Victor Model 3 Camera with 5 Speed, (4/24/35)”

C1174a, “Victor Model 4 Camera, (9/24/35)”

C1174b, “”

C1174c, “” (many copies)

C1175, “Model 5 Camera, (9/24/35)” (3 copies)

C1176, “Victor Model 5 Camera, (Feb. 1936)” (2 oversize)

C1177, “Victor Model 5 Camera—tilted forward, front view, (Feb., 1936)” (3 copies)

C1178, “Victor Model 3 Camera, (4/36)” (2 copies)

C1179a, “Man operating Model 5 Camera”

C1179b, “”

C1180, “Model 4 Camera, (May, 1936)”

 

Box 16 (Cameras, Accessories, Stereopticons)

Folder 1

“Victor Cine Camera, Model 1—1923”

C1181a, “Model 5 Camera, (May, 1930)”

C1181b, “”

“Victor Cine Camera, Model 3—1927”

C1182, “Model 3 Camera on reflecting base, (9/10/36)”

C1183, “Man with Model 3 Camera” (2 copies)

C1184, “Model 4 Camera (close-up), (12/36)” (4 copies)

C1185, “Man with Model 4—‘a Man Wants a Real Man’s Camera’” (2 copies)

C1186a, “Model 4 camera—held in hand”

C1186b, “”

C1187a, “Model 4 Camera—man (“Ryan”) looking through lens”

C1187b, “”

C1187c, “”

C1187d, “”

 

Folder 2

C1188, “Model 5 Display base, (June, 1937)”

C1189, “Model 4 Camera Display with Victor Shield, (April, 1937)”

C1190, “Display—Golfer swinging club—man looking thru camera, (April, 1937)”

C1191a, “McClelland standing at camera on tripod (6/37)”

C1191b, “”

C1192, “Arno Naechle looking thru camera, (July, 1937)” (2 copies)

C1193a, “Camera Cases—Models 3 and 4, (12/36)” (2 copies)

C1193b, “” (2 copies)

C1194, “Model 3 Camera, (11/37)” (2 copies)

C1195, “Girl looking thru Camera used in display made for Don J. Elder, Boston, (7/38)”

C1197, “No. 1 Camera Carrying Case. (4/38)”

C1198, “Mechanical features of Models 3, 4, and 5 Camera, (7/37)”

C1199, “Camera Display, (11/37)” with note: “lent Chas. Nichols this neg. 11/9/40, and he did not return it”

C1200, “Camera Display, (11/37)”

 

Folder 3

C1201, “Girl with Model 3 Camera”

C1202, “”

C1203, “”

C1204, “”

C1205, “”

C1206, “Special photograph for Air Corps (Model 4 and 5 Camera), (1/25/41)”

C1207, “” (2 copies)

C1209, “Victor Model 4 Camera mounted on tripod, (1/25/41)” (3 copies)

C1210, “Special Camera used by E.L. Saint of Saint Photo Service, 206 N. Pioneer Ave., Lyons, Kansas. (400 foot magazines and effect device used on Victor Camera”

C1211, “”

C1212a, “New Style Model 4 Camera—copy for type B1 Aircrafts Hand Book, interior view”

C1212b, “”

C1212c, “”

C1212d, “”

 

Folder 4

9423a, “Model 4 Camera and Girl Model, (6/24/46)”

9423c, “Model 3 Camera and Man, (6/24/46)”

9423d, “Model 4 Camera and Man, (6/24/46)”

9423e, “Model 3 Camera, (6/24/46)” (2 copies)

9423g, “Model 5 Camera on table (6/24/46)”

10322m, “Model 4 Camera, (7/9/47)”

10816b, “Man looking through Model 3 Camera, (12/29/47)”

10816c, “Man looking through Model 5 Camera, (12/29/47)”

10816d, “Model 5 Camera and Girl looking through it, (12/29/47)”

 

Folder 5

CA1a, “Weston Exposure Meter, (11/36)”

CA1b, “”

CA1c, “”

CA2a, “Camera titler cards, (11/36)”

CA2b, “”

CA3a, “Camapad, (11/36)” (3 copies)

CA3b, “” (several copies)

CA4, “Craig Splicer, (11/36)”

CA5, “Film Cleaning Solution, Lubricating Oil, and Film Cement, (11/36)”

CA6, “Camera Lenses, (11/36)”

CA7, “Victor Pocket Titler in Operation, (11/36)”

CA8, “Victor Titler—without Camera, (4/32)”

CA9a, “Titler with Camera”

CA9b, “”

CA9c, “”

CA10, “Hands holding titler (enclosed box)”

CA11, “‘A’ and ‘B’ Camera footage scale”

CA12, “Film viewer and splicer” (3 copies)

CA13, “Film cleaning process”

CA14, “Cama-Cane” (many copies)

CA15, “Humidor Film Carrying Case”

CA16, “Koda-filter”

CA17, “Film splicer”

CA18, “Titler”

CA19, “3 views of Cama-Cane”

CA20, “Shadow of man using Victor Camera”

 

 

Folder 6

S1001, [box of slides]

S1002, [slide viewer?]

S1003, [stereopticon]

S1004, [man at blackboard with stereopticon]

S1005, [man with stereopticon, pointing at blackboard]

S1006, [stereopticon behind curtain in workshop] (5 copies)

S1007, “Hilda Koehler with stereopticon”

S1010, [stereopticon]

S1011/S1012a, [small file cabinet of slides]

S1011/S1012b, [small file cabinet of slides] (2 copies)

S1013, [stereopticon with small file cabinet of slides]

S1014, [stereopticon]

S1026, [stereopticon] (glass)

S1030, “Branches of Government on Bulletin Board” (glass)

S1031, [stereopticon] (glass)

S1033, [stereopticon] (4 copies)

S1034, [stereopticon on tripod]

S1035, [stereopticon with lenses] “(3/18/35)”

S1036, [stereopticon with tripod] “(10/15/21)”

S1037, “tripod stereopticon, (10/2/31)” (4 copies)

S1038, “Model 2 stereopticon, (10/15/31)” (3 copies)

S1039, “Helen Kelly with Mr. Geo. Beyer—stereopticon in operation”

S1040a, “Model 2 Stereopticon”

S1040b, “” (several copies)

S1042, “Slide set—(feather weight and old style slides), (6/36)” (2 copies)

S1043, [box with pencils, bottles, and cards]

S1044a, [stereopticon]

S1044b, “”

 

Box 17 (Stereopticon Illustrations, Miscellaneous Advertising)

Folder 1

I4, “Hand inserting slide in illustration”

I5, “Rear View Illustration (glass)”

I6, “Front View of the Illustration (glass)”

I7, “Illustration with wording “information that sticks like glue””

I8, “Illustration Aug. 2, 1921 (glass)”

I9, “Two Flood Lights (glass)”

I10, “Illustration”

I11, “Spotlight”

I12, “Spotlight”

I16, “Stereopticon Display Stand (glass)”

 

Folder 2

“Stereopticon (photo used in April, 1955 ‘Newsreel’) 1912”

“Stereotrope Record, (photo used in April, 1955 ‘Newsreel’) 1910”

“Projector Head”

“Sound System”

“Projector Stand with Girl Model”

“Slip Covers for Case and Speaker, with model (Ann)”

“Front View of Service Coat” (2 copies)

“Rear View of Service Coat” (2 copies)

“Reel Extension Arms”

“Photograph of Auditone Speaker I” (2 copies)

“Photograph of Auditone Speaker II” (2 copies)

“Sonomaster with LP Arm, (4/48)” (many copies)

12098a, “Merchandising Aids Photo, (3/31/49)”

12098b, “Literature Photo, (3/31/49)”

“Sonomaster with LP arm, open case”

“FM Tuner”

 

Folder 3

“Voltage Regulator, (Fall, 1946)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

“Sonomaster (Miscellaneous) c/o Sandwick-Bowen, (4/48)”

10633a, “Sonomaster, closed case, (10/25/47)” (3 copies)

10633b, “Sonomaster, open case, (10/25/47)” (3 copies)

10633c, “Sonomaster, open case, with man operator, (10/25/47)”

10633d, “Sonomaster, open case, girl with mic, (10/25/47)”

10633e, “Sonomaster, open case, man with mic, (10/25/47)”

10633f, “Sonomaster, open case, with girl operator, (10/25/47)”

10650d, “Redi-Set Stand, Projector, and girl model, (47)”

10967b, “Sonomaster Tuner, and Carrying Case, (3/24/48)”

10967g, “9” Speaker, (3/24/48)”

 

Folder 4

Madv1, “Victor Trademark” (glass)

Madv2a, “Victor Camera Name Plate, (Nov., 1937)”

Madv2b, “”

Madv3, “Large Victor Trademark Shield”

Madv4, “Victor Trademark Seal”

Madv5, “Victor Trademark Shield (small size)

Madv6, “Oval Display ‘World’s Finest Movie Equipment”

Madv7a, “Decorative Shield, (July, 1937)” (3 copies)

Madv7b, “” (3 copies)

Madv8, “Victor Shield, (Sept., 1937)”

Madv9, “First Victor Electric Display Sign, (10/15/47)” (3 copies)

Madv10, “Artwork on display card, ‘The Gift that Outshines all Others’, (Nov. 6, 1930)”

Madv11a, “Display Piece, (April 12, 1935)”

Madv11b, “”

Madv12, “Victor Display (Camera and Projector), (Nov., 1932)”

Madv14, “Camera and Projector Window Display (Nov. 16, 1930) (glass)” (2 copies)

Madv13, “Victor Literature Display, (Nov. 10, 1930)”

Madv15, “Victor Camera & Projector Display” (glass)

Madv16, “Display Made Up for Howard Camera Shop, Chicago, (January, 1939)”

Madv17, “Literature Rack, (April, 1937)” (2 copies)

Madv18, “Line drawing of man with microphone” (2 copies)

Madv19a, “Line drawing of girl at turntable” (3 copies)

Madv19b, “Line drawing of man operating animatophone”

 

Folder 5

Madv20a, “Chas. Nicholls Standing back of Stereopticon, (July, 1937)”

Madv20b, “”

Madv20c, “”

Madv21, “Alice Olds at Turntable, (June, 1937)” (2 copies)

Madv22a, “Nelson McClelland with display of equipment used in advertising:

Madv22b, “”

Madv22c, “”

Madv23, “Eleanor Houston examining film strip, (June, 1937)”

Madv24, “Man with turntable, (6/38)”

Madv25, “Girl with Model 25 Animatophone and R.E.A. Turntable (9/36)”

 

Folder 6

PA1a, “1600 foot Reel, (11/36)”

PA1b, “1600 foot Reel, (11/36)”

PA2a, “1600 foot humidor, (11/36)”

PA2b, “”

PA2c, “”

PA2d, “”

PA3a, “Projection Lenses, (11/36)”

PA3b, “” (2 corporation)

PA4a, “Da-Lite Screen, (11/36)”

PA4b, “” (2 copies)

PA4c, “”

PA4d, “”

PA5, “Projection Stand Folded Ready for Transportation, (11/36)” (several copies)

PA6, “Projection Stand Ready for Use, (11/36)” (several copies)

PA7, “Projection Stand, (10/36)”

PA8, “Projection Stand Folded, (1/37)”

PA9, “Box Type Screen, (4/38)”

 

Box 18 (Historical Photos of Plants, People, & Events)

Folder 1

“Wall Partition Photos (office and plant) taken by E. F. Hauserman Co. (for use in sales promotion program), (9/49)” (9 total photographs)

“First Alcoa Aluminum Shipment and S.G. Rose, (2/25/49)”

“H. Steele y CIA. Representatives, S. G. Rose, and R.H. Kulka (in Mexicon), (Aug. 28, 1952)” (8 photos of the meeting)

“General Films Limited executives in new offices”

“A.A.S.A. Convention, 3/30/52— Los Angeles Representatives and A.J. McClelland.”

“ Audio-Visual Center at Notre Dame” (3 different photographs)

“Photo for Victor Book for spot in ‘history’ indicated ‘photo of red printer,—Square Moline”

“Victor PA system in use at N.W.U. Spring Football Game, 12,000 people, Bill Blunt at controls”

 

Folder 2

“Mexican Air Shipment” (3 different photographs)

“Student Industries, Inc. (1948)”

“Los Angeles Public School Shipment, July 1948” [boxes lined up] (many copies)

“Los Angeles School Shipment, July 1948” (6 different photos)

 

Folder 3

“Miscellaneous Atmosphere Shots, (1948)” (16 different photos)

 

Folder 4

G27021, “Victor New Office (empty), (1948)”

G18822, “Punch Press Department, Victor Plant, (1948)” (several copies)

G18820, “Tool Room, Victor Plant, (1948)” (4 copies)

G18813, “”

G30416, “Main Office Section, Victor Plant, (1948)” (4 copies)

G30431, “” (3 copies)

“Miscellaneous Factory Photographs, (1948)” (10 different photos)

“Victor Plant Cafeteria—Times Photo, (1948)”

“Automatic Screw Machine Department, Victor Plant—Times Photo, Phil Hutchinson, (1948)”

49491, “Ed Kennedy Photo, Plant Projection Room, (1948)” (3 different photos)

“ Office Building, (1947)” (5 copies)

 

Folder 5

“Factory Construction Progress Photographs, (1949)” (33 different photographs detailing the construction of the new Victor factory)

 

Folder 6

F98418, “Victor Plant, (1947)” (2 different photos)

F102613, “Night View of the New Victor Plant, (1947)”

“Miscellaneous Factory Photographs, (1947)” (5 different photos)

F102611, “Night View of New Victor Plant, (1947)”

“Pictures of Plant taken by Democrat, (1947)” (2 different photos)

G1077, “Plating Department, Victor Plant, (1948)”

“Factory Photograph used in ‘Steel Horizons’ Magazine (1947)” (6 different photographs)

“New Building (Architectural Drawing), (Oct. 13, 1947)”

“Old Victor Plant ( West Fourth Street)” (2 different photos)

“First Victor Plant”

 

Folder 7

“Presentation of Triumph 60 to U.S. Jaycee President, (1947)” (3 different photographs)

“Opening of Carroll W. Rice Company, Oakland Ca., (Sept. 27, 1947)” (8 different photos)

“San Jose School Shipment, (‘47)” (2 different photos)

“20 yr. employees, (June, 1947)”

“Men’s Bowling Team, (1947)”

“Girl’s Bowling Team, (1947)”

 

Folder 8

H94a, “Factory Pictures, (Dec. 1946)”

H94b, “”

H94c, “”

H94d, “”

H94e, “”

H94f, “”

H94g, “”

H93, “L.H. Day Director, Public Relations, (1946)” (3 copies)

H91, “1946 Executives of Victor and Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., Manchester, England”

H90, “Factory Office, (1946)”

H89, “Factory Office, (1946)”

H69, “‘State of Scott’ Celebration—Victor Float, (1946)” (several copies)

H68, “Factory Office, (1946)”

H67, “S.G. Rose, Vice President, with Secretary”

H66, “Office Scene, (1945)”

H65, “Accounting Department, (’45)”

H64, “Receptionist at Office on West Fourth Street, (1945)”

H60, “A.J. Victor comparing Model 2 and Model 40 Animatophone projector, (1944)”

H57, “Canadian Distributors from Gen’l Films, Canada, and 2 gentlemen from Knights of Columbus, Canada, (Jan. 1945)”

H56, “Dinner given by Mr. Rose for Canadian distributors and 2 gentlemen from Knights of Columbus, Canada, (Jan. 1945)”

H55, “Mr. Rose and 2 Gentlemen from Knights of Columbus, Canada, (1945)”

 

Folder 9

H53, “Photo of Warehouse with Victor Employees, (1945)”

H52, “Warehouse—showing Signal Corps projectors ready for shipment, (1945)”

H51, “Paratroopers taking special service schooling—Victor Animatograph Corp., Otto Rascher, instructor, 2 boys from Camp Campbell, Kentucky, 4 boys from Camp Forrest, Tennessee, (7/25/44)” (several copies)

H50, “Victor Inspectors watching screen image as projected by Victor Model 40-b Animatophone, Bob Pilcher is explaining action of projector, (7/25/44)” (several copies)

H47, “Sketch of Victor Building made and photographed by Photoart House, (11/5/1943)” (several copies)

H42a, “Mr. Schroeder & Distributor Chas. High in front of Mr. High’s trailer, (May, 1938)”

H42b, “”

H38, “Assembly Dept. (3 rd floor), (6/6/41)”

H37, “Machine Shop (2 nd floor), (6/6/41)”

H36, “ Sales Dept. Victor Home Office showing Robotypes in foreground (June, 1937)”

 

Box 19 (Historical Photos of Plants, People, & Events)

Folder 1

H35, “Victor Office Bldg., from Western [illegible], (Dec. 1936)”

H34a, “ Victor Building—Dec., 1936”

H34b, “”

H33, “Victor Office Managers—1936, reading from left to right: (Standing) H.O. Jones, Don Oliver, Carl Ralke, E.A. Ryan, J. P. Horton, Geo. Beyer, (seated) S.G. Rose and E.L. Schroeder”

H32, “A.F. Victor, (April, 1939)” (2 copies)

H31, “S.G. Rose (April, 1939)” (several copies)

H29, “Victor Bldg., (June 15, 1934)” (2 copies)

H27, “ Assembly Dept. (1932)”

H26, “Machine Shop (1932)”

H25, “Machine used in factory—1932” (4 copies)

H24, “Machine used in factory—1932” (4 copies)

H23, “ Victor Building”

H21, “Picture Mr. Smith with Victor Projector, (3/18/32)”

H20, “Inside view of factory, (final assembly), (April 23, 1826)” (2 copies)

H19, “Inside View of Factory (glass)”

H14, “Inside View of Factory”

H13, “Another View of Factory (glass)”

H12, “Inside View of Factory (glass)”

H10, “View of Victor Building” (2 copies)

H9, “Victor Building” (2 copies)

H6, “Slide Dept.—Victor Corp. (C. 1918-1919)

H3, “ Old Victor Building (glass)”

H2, “Picture of Old Wooden Frame Building (glass)”

H1, “8x10 of Mr. A.F. Victor” (glass) (2 copies)

 

Folder 2

“Victor Distributor’s Meeting Photographs, 1947, Davenport, Iowa” (15 different photos)

 

Folder 3

“Plant ‘Open House,’ (1948)” (17 different photographs)

 

Folder 4

“Victor 21 st Anniversary, August 12, 1944” (photographs 1-20 of 61, of the anniversary celebration.)

 

Folder 5

“Victor 21 st Anniversary, August 12, 1944” (photographs 21-40 of 61, of the anniversary celebration.)

 

Folder 6

“Victor 21 st Anniversary, August 12, 1944” (photographs 41-60 of 61, of the anniversary celebration.)

 

Folder 7

Oversize photo, “Victor 21 st Anniversary, August 12, 1944”

 

Folder 8

“Office Christmas Party, (1947)” (4 different photos)

“1941 Photo Industry Trade Show, Hotel Stevens, Chicago, August 18-22, 1941”

 

Folder 9

“Special Equipment Photographs (Property of Sam Rose)” (23 different equipment photographs, plus one oversized)

 

Box 20 (Projectors)

Folder 1

P1000, “Victor Model 30 Projector, (2/14/22)”

P1001, “Victor Model 30 Projector Parts” (glass)

P1002, “Victor Safety Cinema Projector” (glass)

P1003, “” (glass)

P1004, “Victor Safety Cinema Showing Rheostat” (glass)

P1005, “Victor Safety Cinema Projector and Rheostat-Without Reels” (glass)

P1006, “Victor Safety Cinema Projector Made for United Projector & Film Co.” (glass)

P1007, “Showing Reel Arm side Victor Safety Cinema”

P1008, “Victor Safety Cinema and Rheostat with Calendar in Background” (glass)

P1009, “Front View Victor Safety Cinema (8/18/19)” (glass)

P1010, “Side View Victor Safety Cinema” (glass)

P1011, “Projector Parts” (glass)

P1012, “” (glass)

P1013, “” (glass)

P1014, “Victor Continuous Reduction Printer” (glass)

P1024a, “Model 1 Projector Side view, (6/16/23)”

P1024b, “”

P1025, “Model 2 Victor Projector, (4/2/26)”

P1026, “Victor Model 2 Projector, (4/2/26)”

P1031, “Victor Model 1 Projector, (6/14/23)”

P1032, “Victor Model 3B Projector, (9/27/29)”

P1033, “Victor Model 3B Projector (9/27/29)”

P1034, “Victor Model 3B Victor Rheostat Model 10”

P1035, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/5/29)” (4 copies)

P1036, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/5/29)”

P1037, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/5/29)”

P1038, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/3/29)” (several copies)

P1039, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/4/29)”

P1040, “Victor Model 3 Projector”

P1041, “Victor Model 3 Projector” (2 copies)

P1042, “Victor Model 3 Projector”

P1043, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/30/28)”

P1044, “Victor Model 3 Projector—front view, (9/30/28)”

P1045, “Victor Model 3 Projector—side view, (7/11/28)” (several copies)

P1046, “Front view Model 3 Projector, (7/11/28)” (3 copies)

P1047, “Side view Model 3 Projector, (7/11/28)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 2

P1048, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (7/11/28)” (3 copies)

P1049, “Side view Model 3 Projector, (7/11/28)”

P1050, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (3/30/30)”

P1051, “Victor Model 4 Projector, (3/20/30)”

P1052, “Victor Model 4 Projector, (1/20/29)”

P1053, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (1/20/29)” (2 copies)

P1054, “”

P1055, “”

P1056, “” (2 copies)

P1057, “” (several copies)

P1058, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (12/8/28)” (4 copies)

P1059, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/30/28)” (3 copies)

P1060, “”

P1061, “Victor Model 4 Projector, (9/28/30)”

P1062, “” (glass)

P1063, “Victor Model 4 Projector (9/28/30) (glass)”

P1064, “Large size print Victor Model 3 Projector” (2 copies)

P1065, “Victor Model 3 Projector and Case”

P1066, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (11/16/28)”

P1067, “Victor Model 3 Projector”

P1068, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (11/15/28)”

P1069, “Model 3 Projector (rear view), (9/30/28)”

 

Folder 3

P1070, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (9/30/28)”

P1071, “Victor Model 3 Projector”

P1072, “Victor Model 3 Projector and Film Cans (9/28/30) (glass)”

P1073, “Victor Model 3 Projector and Film Cans (9/20/30) (glass)”

P1074, “Rear View Model 3 Projector with lamp house door open, (3/8/29)” (2 copies)

P1075, “Rear view Model 3 Projector with lamp house door open, (11/16/29)” (2 copies)

P1076, “Inside view of projector, (3/28/29)”

P1077, “Projector Mechanism Model 3, (3/8/29)” (3 copies)

P1078, “” (4 copies)

P1079, “Rear view Model 3 Projector with lamp house door open, (6/5/29)”

P1080, “Rear view Model 10 Projector with lamp house door open, (1/26/29)”

P1081, “Victor Model 3D Dissembled, (12/21/30)” (2 copies)

P1082, “Model 3 Projector Dissembled, (1/26/29)”

P1083, “”

P1084, “”

P1085, “Victor Model 3 Projector Dissembled, (3/15/30)”

P1086, “” (3 copies)

P1087, “”

P1088, “Victor Model 3 Projector on tripod” (2 copies)

P1089, “Victor Model 3 Projector on tripod, (8/5/29)” (several copies)

P1090, “Side View Model 3 Projector on Tripod (6/25/30) (glass)”

P1091, “Victor Model 3 Projector on tripod, (11/16/28)”

P1092, “Side view Model 3 Projector on tripod”

 

Folder 4

P1083, “Model 3 Projector in use in school room”

P1094a, “Model 3 Projector in home scene”

P1094b, “”

P1094c, “”

P1094d, “”

P1094e, “”

P1094f, “”

P1094g, “”

P1094h, “”

P1094i, “”

P1094j, “”

P1095, “Geo. E. Beyer with Model 3 projector in carrying case”

P1096, “Small boy carrying model 3R Projector”

P1097, “Line Rheostat, (9/28/29)” (3 copies)

P1098, “Victor Rheostat, (9/28/29)”

P1099, “Victor Model 3R Projector on tripod, (9/28/29)”

 

Box 21 (Projectors)

Folder 1

P1100, “Line Rheostat, (9/27/29)”

P1101a, “Rear View Model 3 Projector”

P1101b, “View Model 3 Projector dissembled”

P1101c, “Front view Model 3 Projector”

P1102a, “Instructions & Diagrams for Model 3H Projector ‘To Install Hi-Power Optical System’” (glass)

P1102b, “”

P1103, “Instructions and diagrams for installing Hi-Power Optical System—3 H Projector”

P1104, “Victor Rheostat, (8/3/29)”

P1105, “Victor Rheostat, (8/11/29)” (3 copies)

P1106, “Victor Model 3R Projector, (10/30/30)”

P1107, “” (2 copies)

P1108, “Victor Model 3D Projector, (10/30/30)”

P1109a, “Rear View Victor Model 3 Projector with reels of film, (12/21/30)” (2 copies)

P1109b, “”

P1110, “Rear View Model 3D Projector with case, (12/21/30)”

P1111, “Victor Model 3 Projector, (12/21/30)”

P1112, “Side view Model 3D Projector, (12/21/30)” (4 copies)

P1113, “Rear View Model 3D Projector with lamp house door open, (12/21/30)”

P1114, “Side view Model 3D Projector, (1/9/31)” (several copies)

P1115, “Rear view Model 3 Projector, (6/12/31)”

P1116, “Victor Model 3 Projector dissembled, (6/12/31)” (2 copies)

P1117, “” (2 copies)

 

Folder 2

P1118, “Victor Model 3 Projector dissembled, (6/12/31)”

P1119, “”

P1120a, “Victor Model 3D Projector base, (6/13/31)”

P1120b, “”

P1120c, “”

P1120d, “”

P1121a, “3D Projector with continuous attachment dissembled, (6/24/31)” (2 copies)

P1121b, “”

P1121c, “”

P1121d, “”

P1122, “Victor Model 3 Projector mechanism, (6/24/31)”

P1123, “Victor Model 3 Projector side view, (8/28/31)” (several copies)

P1124, “Front view—Victor Model 3 Projector, (8/28/31)” (2 copies)

P1125a, “Illustrations for Model 3 Projector operation, (8/1/31)” (several copies)

P1125b, “” (several copies)

P1126, “Victor Model 3 Projector side view, (9/30/29)”

P1127 sleeves have been mislabeled but original labels are as follows:

P1127a, “Close up view Model 10 threading arrangement, (10/8/31)”

P1127b, “Close up view Model 10 threading arrangement, with lens mount, (10/8/31)”

P1127c, “Close up view Model 10 motor and lamp house, (10/8/31)”

P1127d, “Close up view Model 10 pulley arrangement, (10/8/31)”

P1127e, “View Model 10 without reels, (10/8/31)”

P1127f, “View Model 10 with reels in place, (10/8/31)”

P1127g, “”

P1127h, “View Model 10 pulley arrangement, (10/8/31)”

 

Folder 3

P1128, “Victor Model 10 Projector Tilted upward, (Nov. 1931)”

P1129, “Side view Victor Model 10 Projector with case in background, (Nov. 1931)” (3 copies)

P1130, “Rear view Model 10 Projector with lamp house door open, (Nov. 1931)”

P1131, “Model 3 D Projector showing motor removed, (Nov. 1931)” (many copies)

P1132, “Six Volt battery operation, (Nov. 1931)”

P1133a, “Rear view Model 3D Projector, (Oct. 1931)”

P1133b, “”

P1134a, “Man holding Model 3D Projector without reels, (1931)” (2 copies)

P1134b, “Man holding Model 3D Projector with reels, (1931)”

P1135, “Model 3D Resistor, (9/9/31)” (several copies)

P1136, “Side view Model 3D Projector, (10/22/31)” (several copies)

P1137a, “Victor Model 10 Projector, (10/31)”

P1137b, “Victor Model 10 Projector with books and bookend in foreground, (10/31)”

P1138, “Victor Model 10 Projector showing rewind, (10/8/31)” (2 copies)

P1139, “Victor Model 10 Projector—side view, (10/22/31)”

P1140, “Victor Model 10 Projector with book-end in foreground, (10/31)”

Folder 4

P1141a, “Victor Model 10 Projector with Book-end in foreground, (10/31)”

P1141b, “”

P1141c, “”

P1141d, “’

P1141e, “”

P1141f, “”

P1141g, “”

P1141h, “”

P1142, “Close-up of threading arrangement Victor Model 10, (12/1/31)”

P1143, “Models 3R Projector with Rheostat, (1931)”

P1144, “Woman’s hand pointing to Victor Model 10 Projector, (11/31)”

P1145, “Victor Model 3D Projector tilted upward, (3/32)”

P1146, “Projector Accessories, (5/6/32)”

P1147a, “View Victor Model 10 E Projector, (7/1/31)”

P1147b, “”

P1147c, “”

P1147d, “”

P1147e, “’

P1147f, “”

P1147g, “’

 

Folder 5

P1148, “Instructions to Install Hi-Power Optical System” (glass)

P1149a, “Side view Model 10 FH Projector, (Aug. 1932)” (several copies)

P1149b, “Reverse Side view Model 10 FH projector, (Aug. 1932)”

P1149c, “Side view Model 10E Projector against background display, (Aug. 1932)”

P1150a, “Model 10FH Projector with Case—rear view, (8/32)”

P1150b, “Model 10FH Projector—side view, (8/32)”

P1151, “Continuous Attachment, (10/25/32)”

P1152, “Continuous Attachment on Model 3 Projector, (11/16/32)”

P1153, “Top View of Victor Model 10FH Projector in open case, (1932)”

P1154, “Side view Victor Model 10FH Projector, (Dec. 1931)”

P1155a, “Model 10FH Projector with ready for use with 800ft reels, (2/1/33)” (2 copies)

P1155b, “Model 10 FH Projector with 800ft reels in place, (2/1/33)”

P1155c, “”?

*included with P1155 is note: “1600 ft. projector showing tension equalizing friction pulleys, photos by E.L.S., 1/12/32”

P1156, “Model 10FH with continuous attachment, (2/33)” (several copies)

P1157a, “Projector carrying case with extra lenses and attachment cord in place, (9/32)”

P1157b, “”

P1158, “Rear view Victor Model 10 FH Projector and carrying case, (9/32)”

P1159, “Projector carrying case showing extra reels and attachment cord in place, (9/32)”

P1160, “Model 10FH Projector and carrying case, (10/32)”

P1161, “”

P1162, “” (4 copies)

 

Folder 6

P1163a, “Model 10FH equipped with 800 ft reels, (Jan. 1933)”

P1163b, “”

P1163c, “”

P1164, “Close-up of 10FH Lens Mount, (Jan. 1933)”

P1165, “Rear view Model 10 FH Projector, (Jan. 4, 1933)”

P1166, “Model 10CA Projector with carrying case, (April, 1933)” (3 copies)

P1167, “Model 10FH Projector with Continuous Attachment, (April, 1933)”

P1168, “Model 10FH with continuous attachment, (April, 1933)”

P1169, “Model 10FH with continuous attachment showing case, (April, 1933)” (2 copies)

P1170, “Continuous Attachment, (April, 1933)” (2 copies)

P1171, “Model 10FH Projector with Continuous Attachment, (May, 1932)”

P1172, “Diagram and printed instructions for Continuous Attachment, (June, 1932)”

P1173, “Model 10FH Projector with 1600 ft Attachment, (1933)” (3 copies)”

P1174, “Continuous Attachment, (Oct. 1933)” (4 copies)

P1175, “Instruction Diagram for 1600 ft Reel Arm Attachments (Jan. 12, 1934)” (glass)

P1176, “Instructions for Continuous Attachment (Jan. 1934)” (glass)

P1177, “Model 10FH Projector with Continuous Attachment, (1/33)” (several copies)

P1178, “Model 10FH Projector, (1933)”

P1179, “Rear view Model 10 FH Projector and Case, (1933)”

 

Box 22 (Projectors)

Folder 1

P1180a, “Victor Model 10 FH Projector, ‘Premier Hipawer 16 mm Projector ‘500 watt, 100 volt lamp, (1933)”

P1180b, “” (2 copies)

P1180c, “” (2 copies)

P1181, “Victor Projector with 1600 ft attachment, (10/33)”

P1182, “Front page Victor Accessory folder, (11/33)”

P1183, “Side view Model 10 Projector, (Jan. 1934)”

P1184, “Victor Model 10 Projector, (Jan. 1934)”

P1185, “Carrying Case, (1933)”

P1186, “Instruction Diagram for 1600 ft Attachment (6/29/34)” (glass)

P1187a, “Projector showing tripping device, (Sept. 6, 1934)”

P1187b, “”

P1188a, “View of Model 20 Projector”

P1188b, “”

P1188c, “”

P1188d, “”

P1188e, “”

P1188f, “”

P1188g, “” (several copies)

P1189a, “Projector Case, (1931)”

P1189b, “”

P1190, “Victor Model 10 Projector”

P1191, “Old Model 20 Victor Projector” (several copies)

 

Folder 2

P1192a, “Instruction drawings, (Sept. 10, 1934)”

P1192b, “”

P1192c, “”

P1192d, “”

P1192e, “”

P1192f, “”

P1192g, “”

P1193a, “Victor Model 20 Projector for easel display, (Nov. 17, 1934)”

P1193b, “”

P1194, “Continuous Attachment Instructions, (1934)”

P1195, “Victor Model 10 Projector, (July 1934)” (many copies)

P1196a, “Victor Model 20 Projector, (Sept. 1934)”

P1196b, “”

P1196c, “” (many copies)

P1197, “Model 20 Projector Supplement—corrected copy, operating instructions, (10/6/34)” (several copies)

P1198, “Model 20 Projector Showing Rewind, (1/6/35)”

P1199a, “Victor Model 20 Projector, (February 1935)” (several copies)

P1199b, “” (3 copies)

P1199c, “”

P1199d, “” (2 copies)

P1199e, “” (2 copies)

P1199f, “” (3 copies)

P1199g, “” (3 copies)

 

Folder 3

P1200, “To Replace Motor of 750W Projector, (2/5/1935)” (2 copies)

P1201, “Model 20 Projector—for Decalomania, (Feb. 7, 1935)” (2 copies)

P1202a, “View of 1600 ft. reel arms, (March 1935)”

P1202b, “”

P1203a, “Model 21 Projector Ready for Operation, (7/18/35)”

P1203b, “”

P1203c, “”

P1203d, “”

P1203e, “”

P1203f, “”

P1203g, “”

P1203h, “”

P1203i, “”

P1203j, “”

P1203j, “”

P1203k, “”

P1204a, “Projector Parts, (5/23/35)”

P1204b, “”

P1204c, “”

P1204d, “”

P1204e, “’

P1204f, “”

P1204g, “”

P1204h, “”

P1204i, “”

 

Folder 4

P1205, “Unknown” (2 photos) (glass)

P1205a, “Model 10 FH Projector Parts, (June 5, 1935)”

P1205b, “”

P1205c, “”

P1205d, “”

P1205e, “”

P1205f, “”

P1205g, “”

P1205h, “”

P1205i, “”

P1205j, “”

P1205k, “” (2 copies)

P1206, “New 1600 ft attachment Instructions, (6/18/35)”

P1207a, “Model 20 Projector Parts—Assembled views, illustrations 1-2-34, (7/13/35)”

P1207b, “Model 20 Projector Parts—Assembled views, illustrations 5-6-7-8, (7/13/35)”

P1208a, “Model 21 Projector Open for Operation, (Aug. 5, 1935)”

P1208b, “Model 21 Projector enclosed in case, (Aug. 5, 1935)”

P1208c, “” (4 copies)

P1209a, “Man Operating Model 21, (Sept. 29, 1935)”

P1209b, “”

P1209c, “”

P1209d, “” (several copies)

P1210, “Model 11 Projector, (May, 1936)”

P1211a, “Model 22 Projector open with reel showing, (Feb. 1936)”

P1211b, “” (several copies)

P1211c, “” (several copies)

 

Folder 5

P1212, “Model 22 Projector enclosed in case, (Feb. 1936)” (several copies)

P1213a, “Reduced copy of man operating Model 21, (Feb. 1936)”

P1213b, “”

P1214a, “Front View of Model 20 Projector”

P1214b, “Rear View of Model11 Projector for instructions, (4/28/36)”

P1215, “Model 11 Instruction Photograph, (4/28/36)”

P1215a, “Projector Part Illustrations”

P1215b, “”

P1216a, “”

P1216b, “”

P1218, “Projector Threading Apparatus” (many copies)

P1219, “Model 20 Projector”

P1220, “Swing-Out Lens Mount, double expose in and out of position, (8/29/35)”

P1221, “Numbered Parts of lens mount and threading gate” (5 copies)

P1222, “Victor Rheostat, (9/9/31)”

P1223a, “Projector Part View”

P1223b, “”

P1224, “Model 11 Projector, (11/36)” (many copies)

P1225a, “View of 32V Silent Projector, (11/36)”

P1225b, “”

P1225c, “”

P1226a, “Model 22 Projector with Geared Reel Arm, (12/36)”

P1226b, “” (3 copies)

P1226c, “”

P1226d, “” (several copies)

P1227, “Model 11 Enclosed in Carrying Case” (3 copies)

P1228, “Display—Model 11—Display Base”

“Model 24B Animatophone, (9/34)”

 

Box 23 (Miscellaneous- Victor products in use)

Folder 1

P1229, “Display—‘The Master Projector’, (April, 1937)”

P1230, “Display—The Master Projector Positive Film Protection, (1/37)”

P1231, “Model 11 Case, (4/38)”

P1232a, “Mechanical Features of Silent Projectors, (7/37)”

P1232b, “”

P1232c, “”

P1232d, “”

P1232e, “”

P1232f, “”

P1233a, “Silent Continuous Projector, (11/38)”

P1233b, “”

P1233c, “”

P1233d, “”

P1234, “Model 16 Silent Projector, (8/39)”

P1235, “Model 16 Silent Projector, (8/39)” (many copies)

P1236, “”

P1237, “”

P1238, “Model 16 Silent Projector, Direct Front Showing, (8/39)”

P1239, “Silent Projector—Model 16. Photograph taken at an angle, (8/39)”(many copies)

P1240, “Model 16 Silent Projector Case, (8/39)” (many copies)

P1241, “Model 16S Silent Projector, (5/40)”

 

Folder 2

“Viterbo College Assembly” (3 different photographs)

“Utica Schools” (10 different photographs)

 

Folder 3

“Projection in Rural Parish Activities” (8 different photographs)

“Classroom Pics, (without machine in view), from ‘Using Classroom Film—Encyclopedia Brittanica”

“Mexican Education Trucks” (2 different photographs)

“Truck Units in Mexico City” (4 different photographs)

“Nashville City Schools” (2 copies)

“Nashville City Schools” (1 copy)

“San Diego Public Schools” (3 different photographs, multiple copies of each)

P7, “State Teacher’s Convention Pics (Pictures taken at the Maryland State Teacher’s Convention October 18-19 1946 : J. Ralph Neill, Kunz Motion Picture Service” (3 different photographs)

 

Folder 4

“Foreign Displays, personnel etc.” (5 different photographs)

“Hobby Show Pictures—Carroll Rice” (7 different photographs)

“Burke Motion Pictures, South Bend” (8 different photographs)

 

Folder 5

“Holland Shipment” (2 different photographs)

“Fulkersen & Jensen Sale for Flint, Mich. Youth Center” (3 copies)

“Wm. Prodebeck Delivery”

“Hobby Room Projection Minneapolis” (2 different photographs, 2 copies each)

“Canoe Story” (several copies)

“Projection at Home, (‘They Roll Their Own’ Washington Sunday Star)”

“War Pics” (4 different photographs)

“Wreck” (many copies)

“1000 Watt Generator, (January, 1939)” (2 copies)

 

Folder 6

“Naved, 1947”

“Men’s Club of Temple Beth El Presentation”

“Mr. Rose and Mr. Shapiro, ( Brazil)”

“Reeves Harris ( New Zealand) & L.Y. Burrows, (5/1/47)” (2 copies)

“Curtiss-Wright Presentation at Franklin Orphan’s Home” (4 prints, 2 oversize)

“Davenport Democrat Xmas Party” (2 copies)

“Davenport Democrat Xmas Party” (3 copies)

“Pratt Pictures”

“Chuck [Illegible] Camp Meeting— Anderson Indiana”

“Wm. Lee Pictures” (2 copies)

 

Folder 7

M77, “Banquet Pictures, Richardson, McCarthy, Rose, etc. (Jan. 15, 1942)”

“Cuban Executives” (2 different photographs)

“Hollywood Film Inc.”

“Sec. of Agr. Brazil” (2 copies)

“Donald L. Smith Co. (19 different photographs)”

“Rev. Henry Jacobs, Michigan Temperance Formation Society”

 

Folder 8, marked “Photographs”

“Proofs of Prints in Photo-art File”

Miscellaneous Photographs

M74, “Movies in McClosky Hospital (Taken in Temple, Texas by Mr. Imhoff)”

M79, “Projection in a Modern Classroom”

 

Box 24 (Victor Animatograph Company machines including projectors, cases and animatophones)

Folder 1

“Model 25 AC Animatophone, (April, 1938)” (many copies)

“Model 38 Animatophone (10/37)”

“Model 38 Animatophone, reels mounted, open, film, (10/37)”

“Model 25 Animatophone open for operation, (Dec. 1936)”

“Model 40 Animatophone—Threading close-up”

“Model 40 Animatophone—With top-mounted speaker”

“Model 40 Animatophone—With Case open, side view”

“Model 40 Animatophone—With Speaker and Case closed”

“Model 40A or B Animatophone with ‘Y’ Recorder and Clipper Microphone” (2 copies)

“Model 40B Animatophone with ‘W’ Turntable, ‘M’ Speakers, and Clipper Microphone”

D57, “Model 40 Animatophone with Speaker, Case Open, Film (1945)”

11838a, “Envoy, Model 56c, Projector, Open Case, 12” Speaker, (12/29/48)”

11838b, “Envoy 6”, 9”, and 12” Speakers (Only), (12/29/48)”

11838d, “Envoy, Model 56C Projector, Closed, with Man and Boy, (12/29/48)”

11838g, “Envoy, Model 56C Projector, Closed, with Man watching film, (12/29/48)”

11838h, “Envoy, Model 56C, Open, with Man watching Boy operator, (12/29/48)”

11582a, “Envoy, Model 56C, Projector with 9” Speaker, closed and Girl, (10/29/48)”

H6107, “Victor Lite-Weight, Sr. Model 56-4, Projector, open, no film, (1949)”

 

Folder 2

11582c, “Envoy, Model 56C, Projector with Girl Model, (10/29/48)”

11582f, “Envoy, Model 56C, Closed, with 9” top mounted on speaker, (10/29/48)”

10967a, “Lite-Weight, with 12” speaker, closed, (3/24/48)”

10967h, “Lite-Weight Projector with 9” Top Mounted Speaker, (3/24/48)”

G3091, “Model 60, reels mounted, 12” Speaker, (1948)”

“Lite-Weight Top Mounted Speaker”

“Victor Lite-Weight, Speaker in cover”

“Model 55, Lite-Weight, threading close-ups”

“Victor Model 55, Lite-Weight, in Church”

“Victor Model 60 in Church”

10795b, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector at party, front view, (12/29/47)”

10795c, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, at party, back view, (12/29/47)”

10674c, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, family group, (11/29/47)”

10650b, “Victor ARC Projector, (11/26/47)”

11467, “Victor Lite-Weight, Model 55, projector, family group, (8/47)”

 

Folder 3

10322a, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector, with Girl, featuring Instantilt, (7/9/47)”

10322a2, “Model 55, Lite-Weight, in industry, (7/9/47)”

10322b, “Victor Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector in classroom, student operator, (7/9/47)”

10322c, “Lite-Weight, Modle 55, In Classroom, With Teacher as Operator (7/9/47)”

10322d, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, rear view, workers, (7/9/47)”

10322e, “Light-Weight Projector, Model 55, Sales Conference, (7/9/47)” (2 copies)

10322g, “Model 55 Lite-Weight, at Home, (7/9/47)”

10322h, “Model 60, Case Closed, rear, (7/9/47)”

10322i, “Man carrying Model 60 Projector, Indoors, (7/9/47)”

10322j, “Man carrying Model 60 Projector, Outdoors, (7/9/47)”

10322k, “Boy carting Model 60 Projector, (7/9/47)”

10322l, “Girl Carrying Model 60 Projector, (7/9/47)”

10322o, “Model 60 Projector, back view, (7/9/47)”

10322p, “Victor Lite-Weight Projector with 6” Speaker, (7/9/47)”

10322q, “Model 60 Closed Case, front, (7/9/47)”

10322r, “Slip Covered Case, (7/9/47)”

10322s, “Victor Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector with 6” Speaker, forward view, (7/9/47)”

10322t, “Victor Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector side view, (7/9/47)”

10322u, “Victor Model 55 Projector with 6” Speaker, front view, (7/9/47)”

10322v, “Model 55, Lite-Weight Projector with Small Speaker and Girl, side view, (7/9/47)”

10322x, “Victor Lite-Weight Projector, model 55, featuring instantilt, with man, (7/9/47)”

10322z, “Lite-Weight, Model 55, Projector with Girl, side view, open, with film, (7/9/47)”

9726c, (HB), “Model 60 Projector, Side View, open, with film, (12/10/46)”

 

Folder 4

11582d, “Envoy, Model 56c, Projector with 9”Speaker, case closed, (10/29/48)”

F11318, “Shipping cases, closed, (1947)”

F113124, “Shipping cases, open, (1947)”

“Lite-Weight, Model 55 Projector with Kay Kayser, (1947)”

“Lite-Weight Model 55 Projector and Ken Murray, (1947)”

“Lite-Weight Model 55 Projector with Edgar Bergan and Charlie McCarthy, (10/18/47)”

“New Lite-Weight, Model 55 Projector and Dorothy Lamour, (1947)”

“Lite-Weight Model 55 Projector and Lou Costello, (1947)”

“Lite-Weight Model 55 Projector and Bruce Findlay, (1947)”

“Station WWJ-TV Detroit, Projector converted for Television, (7/31/47)”

“”

9726a, “Model 60 Projector, JL Speaker, (12/10/46)”

9726b, “Model 60 Projector, open, with Man operating Projector, (12/10/46)”

9726e, “Model 60 Projector open with films and side speaker, (Dec. 10, 1946)”

9726f, “Model 60, Projector with Speaker, cases closed, (12/10/46)”

9726g, “Model 60 and 12” Speaker, Cases both closed, (12/10/46)”

9726h, “Model 60 Projector, open with JL Speaker, (12/10/46)”

9726j, “Model 60 Projector closed, with Man watching film (12/10/46)”

 

Folder 5

9726l, “Model 60-2 Projector, open, with boy Operator, (12/10/46)”

9726m, “Model 60 Projector, closed, with Girl (12/10/46)”

9726n, “Model 60 Projector with Boy Operator, (12/10/46)”

P726o, “Model 60 Projector closed with Man Model, (12/10/46)”

9726p, “”

“Model 40A Animatophone with ‘O’ Amplifier and two ‘K’ Speakers”

14, “New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, open, with film and 9” Speaker, (6/27/52)”

15, “Escort 60-10, or New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, Door Closed, Reels Mounted, 9” Speaker, (6/27/52)”

16, “Escort, Model 60-10, Projector with 9” Speaker, Case Open, Reels Mounted, Film, (6/27/52)”

K541, “Escort, Model 60-10, Projector, close-up (1952)”

K542, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Projector, threading close up, (1952)”

“Model 60-10, Victor Escort Projector, with case and speaker closed”

“Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Projector, open, reels mounted, no film”

“Victor Lite-Weight, Sr. Model 56-4 Projector, with 9” Speaker”

J681, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Case Door Open, Side View (1951)”

J681l, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Projector with 9” Speaker, open, with film, (1951)”

J6819, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Projector, open, with film, (1951)”

J68112, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10, Projector with 12” Speaker, case closed, film (1951)”

H6101, “Victor Sovereign, Model 60-25, Projector, case and speaker closed, (1949)”

H61010a, “Victor Escort, Model 60-10 Projector with 9” Speaker, case closed (1949)”

H61010b, “”

11974, “Envoy, Model 56C Projector closed, on table, with film, (2/23/49)”

 

Folder 6

13, “New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, open with film and 12” Speaker (6/27/52)”

12, “Escort, Model 60-10, or New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, closed, reels mounted, 12” Speaker, (6/27/52)”

11, “Escort, Model 60-10, open, with film and 12” Speaker, (1952)”

“Sovereign, Model 60-25, Projector, with 12” speaker, closed”

8, “Sovereign, Model 60-25, closed, with film and speaker, (6/27/52)”

7, “Sovereign, Model 60-25, closed, with case and speaker, (6/27/52)”

6, “Escort, Model 60-10 or New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, closed, reels mounted, with film, (6/27/52)”

5, “Victor Sovereign, Model 60-25, Projector, (6/27/52)”

3, “Escort, Model 60-10, Open, with Film, (6/27/52)”

2, “New Lite-Weight, Model 60-4, Open, with Film, (6/27/52)”

1, “Escort, Model 60-10, open, (6/27/52)”

5, “Magnesound, Carrying Case, open, (11/20/52)”

4, “Magnesound with Sovereign and Girl, (11/20/52)”

3, “Magnesound and Sovereign, closed (11/20/52)”

2, “Magnesound, (11/20/52)”

1, “Magnesound with Sovereign, open, (11/20/52)”

V54062a, “Flat Field Lens, Model 65 Series, (Feb. 1954)”

V54062b, “Compensating Film Shoes, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062c, “Lamphouse, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062d, “Film Channel, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062e, “Sapphire Tipped Pawls, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062f, “Lubrimatic Oil System, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062g, “J9 Speaker, open, (Feb. 1954)”

V54062i, “Threading Close-Up, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062j, “Mixer Magnesound (Feb. 1954)”

V54062k, “Case Closed, Classmate 4 (Feb. 1954)”

V54062l, “Lamp House, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062m, “Control Panel, Model 65 Series (Feb. 1954)”

V54062n, “J12 Speaker (Feb. 1954)”

“BR12 Speaker, (Feb. 1954)”

V54046d, “Victor 1600 ARC Projector (set up) (Feb. 1954)”

V54046b, “Sovereign 25, Closed, (Feb. 1954)”

“Model 65-25, Sovereign 25, (Feb. 1954)”

 

Folder 7

M1a, “Close up of Bird in gloved hand”

M1b, “”

M1c, “”

M2a, “Mr. Geo. Beyer and Inez Stoltenberg looking at film”

M2b, “”

M2c, “”

M3, “Fireside Scene—two old gentlemen talking” (3 copies)

M4, “Photo of Man descending from Airplane”

M5, “Woman on Jumping Horse (24:127)” (glass) (3 copies)

M6, “Photo of hand drawing showing man operating projector-to family group”

M7a&b, “Sailor with Victor Camera and Projector in Shipping box”

M7c, “”

M7d, “”

M7e, “”

M8, “Shipment of Animatophone made from Victor to U.S. Navy”

M9, “Group of School Children”

M10a, “US Air Corps Order (Model 10FH), Dayton Ohio, (6/27/33)”

 

Oversize Folder

“Time Payment Plan, (received 4/21)”

 

Box 25

Folder 1

M11, “Copy of Contract (Victor & Benson) (10/30/34)”

M12, “Copy of RCA Victor’s letter to Ralph Taile, (10/10/34)”

M13, “Letter ‘U.S. Navy Recruiting Station’ (7/9/34)” (glass)

M14, “Pencil Drawing of group of people”

M15a, “Model Game Room and Bar in Basement with Victor 16mm installation” (3 copies)

M15b, “”

M15c, “” (2 copies)

M16, “Mr. Ryan and Boy”

M17, “Mr. Ryan standing—boy on ladder” (2 copies)

M18, “Walt Disney’s Testimonial Letter-June 8, 1935”

M19a, “Man and Boy Viewing Film Strip Encircling World (9/24/35)”

M19b, “”

M19c, “”

M20a, “Victor Equipment in Use in Railway Coach (5/22/36)”

M20b, “”

M21a, “Victor Equipment in Use in Railway Coach”

M21b, “”

M22, “Wally Wales Poster”

M23, “Depth of Focus Scale, (8/10/35)”

M24, “Two Small Children”

M25, “Boy at School Desk, (9/23/35)”

M26, “Photo of baby yawning”

M27a, “Pictures of Circus Managers (8/32)” (2 photos, one autographed)

M27b, “”

M27c, “”

M27d, “”

M28, “B and H amplifier”

M29, “Model 6 Sound-On-Disc Animatophone for Navy Recruiting Service”

M30, “125 Animatophones shipped to various CCC Camps, (11/34)”

M31, “Lew Fonsica with American league of professional Baseball Clubs, (11/34)”

M32, “Model 12-B Animatophone Used By Missoula, Montana Forestry Service (8/35)”

M33, “First Delivery of Model 24B Animatophones to Evansville, Indiana Schools, (12/35)”

M34, “Victor Animatophone Used in Screening “Flying Hostess” in Transport Plane (1/37)”

M35, “Children in School Viewing picture, (taken from “Knoxville Sentinel”), (2/37)” (4 copies)

M36, “C.J. Albrecht— Field Museum (3/38)” (2 copies)

M37a, “L.E. Cook, Portland, Oregon, “American Society of Cinematographers, (3/28)”

 

Folder 2

M38, “Mrs. Roosevelt speaking at Arthurdale High School, Reedsville, W. Virginia (3/38)”

M39, “Mrs. Frank Lee, Dallas, Texas (6/38)”

M40, “Frank L. Rouser demonstrating equipment at Peabody College, (6/38)” (2 copies)

M41, “Children viewing educational films in Canadian School (6/38)”

M42, “Auditorium for School, (Feb. 1937)” (2 copies)

M44, “Victor Animatophone being used on ‘Florida Special’ Train, (6/38)” (2 copies)

M45, “Victor Animatophone being used in rich room, (6/38)”

M46, “Shipment made to Los Angeles City Schools, (photo used in ‘News Reel’, Oct. 1939)”

M47, “Classroom at St. Mary’s Orphanage, Dubuque, Iowa (sent to E.L. Schroeder by Eldon Imhoff), (1940)” (3 copies)

M48, “Schoolroom Scene Showing Model 5 Animatophone in use,” (4 copies)

M49, “Schoolrooom Scene Showing Model 5 Animatophnone in use, (2/31)” (2 copies)

M50, “Schoolroom with picture on screen, (5/25/35)” (4 copies)

M51, “View of Test Table with Animatophones (Model 5 S.O.D.)”

M52, “Canadian Army Sale-(39 Animatophones) ( Sale made by General Films Ltd.) (6/40)”

M53, “Shipment made to Inter-American Affairs, (10/1/42)”

M64a, “U.S. Signal Corps order for Special Service Division, special export trunk (11/13/43)” (many copies)

M64b, “” (many copies)

M65, “Order packed for shipment to: British Ministry of Supply for the British Army, (June, 1944)” (2 copies)

M66, “Order Packed for shipment for British Ministry of Supply to be used by British Army, (June, 1944)” (2 copies)

M68, “Classroom of St. Paul’s High School, Worthington, Iowa, Rev. John Kessler at projector (1942)” (2 copies)

M71, “40 B in use in home, (1944)”

M72, “Mr. King from Australia and Mr. Ankar from India” (2 copies)

 

Folder 3

M73, “Mr. Kellog, Mr. Ankar, Mr. King, and Mr. Burrows” (4 copies)

M75, “Class Teaching in a Modern Factory”

M76a, “Argo Iowa Road Show, (with note: ‘Paul Fry, May 18, 1945)” (4 copies)

M76b, “”

M76c, “” (3 copies)

A1131, “Model 12B Animatophone with case open”

A1132, “Model 12b Animatophone, (11/33)” (3 copies)

A1133a, “Model 12B Animatophone, (1-34)” (2 copies)

A1133b, “”

A1134, “Model 12B Animatophone” (10/33)

A1135, “side view of Model 12B animatophone, (4/20/34)” (3 copies)

A1136, “Film Threading Mechanism Model 12A Animatophone, (April 28, 1934)”

A1137, “Model 12B Sound on Film Animatophone instructions, (4/20/34)” (several copies)

A1138, “Film Threading Instructions, (5/16/34)” (several copies)

A1139a, “Model 12A Sound on Film Animatophone, (5/25/34)”

A1139b, “” (2 copies)

A1140, “Model 12A Sound on Film Animatophone, (5/25/34)”

 

Folder 4

A1141, “Parts numbered of 12A Amplifier, (6/23/34)” (3 copies)

A1143, “Model 24B Animatophone with Case Door Open” (glass)

A1144, “Model 24B Animatophone”

A1145, “Model 24B Animatophone” (several copies)

A1146, “Operating Instructions for Model 24 Animatophone, supplement of Model 12 Instructions, (10/23/34)”

A1147, “Operating Instructions for Model 20 Animatophone, (10/23/34)”

A1148, “Amplifier Model 20 Animatophone (6/34)”

A1149, “Instructions for inserting taper washers to permit use of 2000 foot reels on “B” models of Victor Sound-on-Film Animatophone, (12/27/34)”

A1150a, “Several Views Showing How to Use Certain Parts of Model 20 Animatophone (10/37)”

A1150b, “”

A1150c, “”

A1150d, “”

A1151, “Instructions for Model 24 Animatophone (10/6/34)”

A1152, “Model 24 Animatophone Enclosed in Case (3/12/35)”

A1153a, “Small boy operating Model 24 Animatophone, (2/35)”

A1153b, “” (2 copies)

A1153c, “’ (3 copies)

A1155, “Model 24 Animatophone Case”

A1156, “Model 24 Animatophone with case door open, (1934)” (many copies)

A1157, “Instructions for operating 16mm Animatophone on direct current with converter, (3/19/35)”

A1158, “Model 24 Animatophone, (9/34)” (many copies)

 

Box 26

Folder 1

A1160, “Photograph showing how to operate Model 24 Animatophone—hand on operating button, (9/27/35)”

A1162, “Model 24 Projector Mechanism, (2/11/35)”

A1163, “Lenses on Model 24 Animatophone, (9/23/35)”

A1164, “Model 24 Animatophone Case (2/35)”

A1165a, “Model 24 Animatophone with Case Door Open, (9/21/35)”

A1165b, “”

A1166, “Geo. Eustace Operating Model 24 Animatophone, (2/35)”

A1167, “Front and Side Views of Model 24 Animatophone (9/4/35)”

A1168, “Man at Animatophone (9/21/35)”

A1169, “Man Operating Model 24 Animatophone (9/24/35)”

A1171, “Model 24 Animatophone Case, (9/24/35)”

A1172, “Model 24B Sound-On-Film Animatophone, (4/24/35)”

A1173, “Model 24B Animatophone and Speaker Cases, (9/24/35)” (many copies)

A1174, “Sound Head, (1/26/34)”

A1176, “Model 24 Speaker (open), (9/34)” (many copies)

A1177, “Model 24 Speaker” (many copies)

A1179, “Amplifier wiring diagram, (8/13/35)”

A1180, “Animatophone Parts-Assembled Views” (16 photos)

A1181, “Model 25 Cases, (9/24/35)” (many copies)

A1182, “Speaker Wiring Diagram, (1/2/36)”

A1185, “Model 24 Animatophone, (2/36)”

A1186, “Speaker Universal Model 25 Animatophone in case, (2/36)” (many copies)

 

Folder 2

A1187, “Model 24 Cases, (2/36)” (several copies)

A1188a, “Animatophone—Micro-hookup (3/7/36)” (many copies)

A1188b, “” (many copies)

A1189, “Shutter timing sketch, (4/10/36)” (4 copies)

A1190, “Turn Table (6/36)”

A1192, “Earphone Assembly (Animatophone), (6/36)” (many copies)

A1193, “Monitor Speaker, (6/36)” (4 copies)

A1194, “#24 Speaker (rear view), (6/36)” (several copies)

A1195a, “Continuous Attachment on Model A Animatophone, (7/3/36)”

A1195b, “” (many copies)

A1196a, “Man at Microphone, (with note: ‘neg. sent to Fromader 9/30/37’)” (3 copies)

A1196b, “” (3 copies)

A1197, “Model 24B Animatophone”

A1198, “Model 24B Animatophone with case open”

A1199a, “25AC Carrying Case” (many copies)

A1199b, “” (many copies)

A1200, “Model 25 AE Animatophone, (9/34)” (4 copies)

A1201a, “Dual Animatophone Unit”

A1204, “Dual Unit, (11/36)”

 

Box 27

Folder 1

A1205, “Model 24 Animatophone (11/36)” (2 copies)

A1206a, “Model 24 Animatophone—side view, (11/36)” (many copies)

A1206b, “” (many copies)

A1207a, “Model 25 Animatophone—used in School letter folder, (12/36)” (many copies)

A1207b, “” (many copies)

A1208a, “Model 25 Animatophone, (11/36)” (many copies)

A1208b, “” (many copies)

A1208c, “” (many copies)

A1211, “Double Booster Outifit, (11/36)”

A1212, “Amplifiers mounted on celotec baffle boards, (11/36)” (several copies)

A1213, “Universal 25, head and sound base used in repair parts list, (April, 1937)”

A1214, “Universal 24B, head and sound base used in repair parts list, (April, 1937)”

A1215, “Animatophone, back plate assembly and motor assembly, (April, 1937)”

A1216, “Animatophone lamp house, socket, switch, and governor dissembled (April 1937)”

 

Folder 2

A1217, “Animatophone head and sound base: back assembly removed, lens mount dissembled, (April, 1937)”

A1218, “24B Head and Sound base, back assembly removed, (April 1937)”

A1219, “24B Back Assembly showing drive plate assembly, (April 1937)”

A1220, “Animatophone head and sound base without back assembly showing shutter and large fiber gear removed, (April, 1937)” (2 copies)

A1231a, “Model 38 Animatophone, (10/37)”

A1231b, “’ (many copies)

A1245, “Take-up assembly of model 38, (11/37)”

A1246, “Control Panel of Model 38, (11/37)”

A1247, “Paul Norton with Model 25AC Animatophone (11/37)”

A1248a, “Charlie Michaels with Model 25AC Animatophone (10/37)”

A1248b, “”

A1248c, “”

A1249, “Model 33 Animatophone and also “33” completely enclosed in case (2/38)”

A1250, “Man with Model 33 Animatophone and “Clipper” Microphone (5/38)”

A1251, “Model 33 Animatophone, (2/38)”

A1252a, “Model 33 Animatophone enclosed in case, (2/28)” (many copies)

A1252b, “” (3 copies)

A1253a, “Close up of mechanism of Model 33 Animatophone “

A1253b, “” (2 copies)

A1254, “Model 36 Animatophone, (10/38)” (many copies)

A1255, “Model 36 Animatophone and Speaker, (10/38)” (many copies)

A1256, “Bill Hendersen Carrying Model 33 Animatophone (5/38)”

A1257a, “Model 33 Animatophone with Bill Hendersen (9/38)”

A1257b, “”

A1257c, “”

A1257d, “”

 

Folder 3

A1258, “Geo Eustace as R.B.M. Low Impedance Microphone (3/39)” (2 photos)

A1259, “8” Integral Speaker, (3/39)” (many copies)

A1260, “Add-Amplifier, (3/39)” (4 copies)

A1261, “Model 40 Animatophone with add-amplifier, 8” speaker and Lif-Top (3/39)” (several copies)

A1262, “Add Amplifier with Lif-Top, (3/39)” (2copies)

A1263, “Model 40 Animatophone with Lif-Top, (3/39)” (3 copies)

A1264, “Lif-Top, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1265, “Model 40 Animatophone with 8” speaker and Lif-Top, (3/39)” (4 copies)

A1266a, “Model 40 Animatophone with 8” speaker and Lif-Top, (3/39)”

A1266b, “” (several)

A1267a, “Model 40 Animatophone with AAD Amplifier and Lif-Top, (3/39)”

A1267b, “” (several copies)

A1268a, “Model 40 Animatophone in operation, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1268b, “” (3 copies)

A1269, “Rear view of 12” or 15” Permanent Magnet Speaker, (3/39)” (several copies)

 

Box 28

Folder 1

A1270, “George Eustace holding Model 40, (3/39)” (4 copies)

A1271, “12” or 15” permanent magnet Speaker, (3/39)” (2 copies)

A1272, “Eustace carrying Model 40, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1273, “Close up of Model 40 Mechanism, (3/39)” (many copies)

A1274, “Model 40 Mechanism, (3/39)” (many copies)

A1275, “Model 40 Animatophone without Lif-Top, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1276a, “George Eustace operating Central Radio-PA system, (3/39)”

A1276b, “” (3 copies)

A1277a, “”

A1277b, “”

A1277c, “” (2 copies)

A1278a, “Central Radio-PA system, (3/39)”

A1278b, “” (several copies)

A1279, “Model 40 Animatophone showing interior of machine, (4/39)”

A1280, “5 Watt Amplifier, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1281, “Model 40 Animatophone without Reel Arms, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1282, “Impedance Transformer and matching Switch, (3/39)” (several copies)

A1283, “Mixing Box, (11/38)”

A1284, “Unit ‘U’ Record Turntable, (5/39)”

A1285, “Back of Model 40 projector with side plate removed showing filter fly wheel and gear rear impedance roll, sprocket gear, take-up clutch assembly, pilot light socket, and warm gear assembly, (7/39)” (4 copies)

A1286, “Complete Motor Assembly of Model 40, (7/39)”

 

Folder 2

A1288, “Sound lens assembly for Model 40, photo electric cell socket and cover, exciter lamp and exciter lamp socket, (7/39)” (3 copies)

A1290, “Case Assembly for either Model 40A or 40B, (7/39)” (3 copies)

A1291a, “Model 40 with back removed, showing drive belt, shutter assembly, cam and gear, starting gear, and safety shutter, (7/39)” (3 copies)

A1291b, “” (2 copies)

A1291c, “” (4 copies)

A1292, “Side view of Model 40 Projector Head, (7/39)”

A1293a, “Case assembly with 15” Speaker, (7/39)” (4 copies)

A1293b, “”

A1294, “Lamp house assembly and rear casting, (7/39)” (3 copies)

A1295, “Case Assembly for Models 40A or 40B, (7/39)”

A1297, “12” or 15” Permanent Magnet Speaker with new Victor Grille, (7/39)” (2 copies)

A1304, “Model 40B Animatophone with 2 ‘K’ Speakers and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (several copies)

A1307, “Model 40A Animatophone with unit “O” Amplifier, Unit’K’ Speakers, and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (several copies)

A1306, “Model 40 Animatophone with unit ‘Y’ Recorder and Clipper Microphone, (4/40)”

A1308, “Model 40A Animatophone with Unit ‘O’ Amplifier, unit ‘H’ Speaker, unit ‘J’ Speaker, and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (several copies)

A1309, “Model 40A Animatophone with unit ‘M’ Speaker, unit ‘Y’ accessory tray and Lif-Top, (4/40)”

A1312, “Model 40A Animatophone with Unit ‘R’ Booster Amplifier, 2 Unit ‘K’ Speakers and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (several copies)

 

Folder 3

A1313, “Model 40 Animatophone with unit ‘U’ turntable, unit ‘J’ speaker, Clipper Microphone, and Lif-Top, (4/40)”

A1314, “Model 40A Animatophone with Unit ‘M’ Speakers, Unit ‘U’ Turntable, Clipper Microphone and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (several copies)

A1315, “Model 40A Animatophone, with Unit ‘O’ Booster Amplifier, Unit ‘H’ Speaker, Unit ‘M’ Speakers and Lif-Top, (4/40)” (Several copies)

A1316, “Model 40A Animatophone with ‘J’ Speaker and Lif-Top, (4/40)”

A1317a, “Model 40A Animatophone with ‘H’ Speaker, (4/40)” (2 copies)

A1317b, “” (several copies)

A1317c, “” (4 copies)
A1319, “Close-up of Model 40 Animatophone, (5/40)”

A1320, “Model 40 Animatophone, (4/40)”

A1324, “Model 40 Animatophone with Unit ‘J’ Speaker, Unit ‘H’ Speaker, Unit ‘U’ Turntable, Clipper Microphone and Lif-Top, (6/40)”

A1228, “Model 40A Animatophone with case closed, (6/40)” (4 copies)

A1229, “Model 40B Animatophone with Case Closed, (6/40)” (4 copies)

A1331, “Model 40 Animatophone, open, (used for prestige folder), (6/22/40)” (3 copies)

A1332, “Model 40 Animatophone Open, (6/22/40)” (3 copies)

 

Folder 4

A1333, “Units 40, A, G, H, Case Closed” (4 copies)

A1334a, “Model 40 and Amplifier without case, (10/15/40)”

A1334b, “” (2 copies)

A1334c, “” (3 copies)

A1335, “Model 40 Sound Drum, (10/15/40)” (3 copies)

A1336, “Model 40 Reverse, (10/15/40)” (2 copies)

A1337, “Model 40 Large film sprocket, (1015/40)” (3 copies)

A1338, “Model 40 Off-Set film loop, (10/15/40)” (2 copies)

A1339, “Model 40 Swing-out lens mount, (10/51/40)” (several copies)

A1340, “Model 40A with Units, ‘G’, ‘H’ and ‘M’” (4 copies)

A1341, “Model 40A Animatophone, ‘H’ 8” Speaker, ‘G’ Lif-Top, (4/16/41)” (2 copies)

A1343, “Model 40-A Animatophone, unit ‘K’ 15 inch Speakers, ‘G’ Lif-Top, ‘H’ 8 inch Integral Speaker, ‘O’ booster Amplifier, (4/16/41)” (several copies)

A1344a, “Model 40A Animatophone, ‘K’15 inch speakers, ‘G’ Lif-Top, ‘H’ 8 inch integral speaker, (4/16/41)” (4 copies)

A1344b, “”

A1345, “Carbon Arc Projector, Model ‘E’, (6/6/41)” (several copies)

A1346-A1347, “Model 40 Animatophone in DuraTweed Cover, (7/1/41)”

A1348a, “Model 40 Animatophone closed, (7/1/41)” (2 copies)

A1348b, “” (3 copies)

A1348c, “”

A1348d, “”

A1349, “Model 40 Animatophone closed with ‘J’ Speaker, (7/1/41)”

A1353, “Model 40A Animatophone with ‘H’ Speaker and Lif-Top, (7/1/41)” (4 copies)

 

Box 29 (Miscellaneous)

Folder 1 contains no photographs

 

Folder 2 Unidentified Parts Photos

[Camera and Titler]

[Camera]

[Victor sound accessories]

[Projector with lenses]

[Projector illustrations]

[Directions for continuous]

[Dissembled projector part]

[Dissembled projector part, possibly lamp house]

[Attachment diagram]

 

Folder 3

9 Photographs from Sam G. Rose’s visit to the USS Iowa, 1957.

 

Folder 4 Miscellaneous Photographs

[Man with camera]

[Continuous Attachment]

[Continuous Attachment]

[Continuous Attachment]

[Continuous Attachment]

[Projector]

[Continuous Attachment]

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

Photo of Sam Rose with E.K. Cole Co., South End, England. Oct. 22 1962

[slide of something]

[projector part]

[Projector open, ready for operation]

[Projector, open]

[Projector dissembled]

[Projector open, ready for operation]

[Projector, open]

[Sam G. Rose]

[Group at banquet]

[Group photo of Banquet]

[workshop in Kansas City Mo.]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Early 1920s photo]

[Sam. G. Rose in Kansas City]

[Sam G. Rose in Kansas City]

[Projector with reels]

[Model with pipes]

[Projector changing]

[Sam Rose at banquet]

[Sam Rose at banquet]

[Sam Rose at meeting]

[Projector]

[Camera]

[Projector with reels]

 

Folder 5 Parts Illustrations

[dissembled projector]

[lenses]

[lamp house dissembled]

[lamp house dissembled]

[dissembled part]

[projector in case]

[Projector in case]

[case with Victor grille]

[part]

[Projector dissembled]

 

Folder 6

[Sam G. Rose]

[Tape Recorder?]

[Projector with accessories]

[Projector with speaker]

[Tape Recorder?]

[Projector, open]

[Projector open, with reels]

[two cases]

[Projector on stand with speaker, microphone, reels]

[Tape recorder?]

[Sam G. Rose with English executives]

[A.F. Victor with Stereoscope and man pointing at screen]

[Stereoscope in use in class]

[Victor building]

[Secretaries in office]

[plant workshop]

[men meeting in room with stereoscope]

[A.F. Victor]

[Stereoscope with ARC Lamp]

[projector with reels]

“Victor Home Cinema—28mm, 1920”

[Victor Cine Camera]

“Model 5 Victor Cine Camera, (1930)”

“Model 3 Victor Cine Projector, (1937)”

[two photos of Animatophone]

“Model 25 Victor Sound on Film Animatophone, (1933)”

 

Folder 7

“Society of Motion Picture Engineers’ Meeting, Rochester, New York, (April 8, 1918)”

“Letter and 2 page advertisement sent by DeVry Corp., (March, 7 th)”

“Edwin Lewin Mobile Pictures, (5/8/46)”

“Photocopy of Quotation from U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (March, 1945)”

“Preference Rating Certificate for order from company ‘C ‘”

“Invitation, bid, and acceptance—U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (4/24/45)”

“Letter from Stanley-Dana Corporation (4/26/45)”

“Twenty-Six reasons for Victor Supremacy”

“Agreement with R.L. Bryan Co., Eaton Publishing Co.”

“Preference rating extended on 40B Animatophone from Jackson School, Dayton, Ohio”

 

Folder 8

“Article entitled ‘War Role of Fireproof Film—insures boom in peacetime’ by Phil S. Hanna”

“Article entitled ‘Universal use of Audio Visual Aids in State Schools possible next term’ from Richmond Times Newspaper, (5/20/45)”

“Adv. Of JSI Suitcase Projector mfd. by Technical Service Incorporated Detroit, Michigan”

“Photos made at Sunnycrest Sanitariam, Dubuque, Iowa, for use in ‘Institutions’ Magazine, (10/9/45)”

“ Jerica High Service Center, 1946”

“Franklin Material, (not used at preserve 11/5/46)”

“Voltage Regulations and Reel Arm Extension”

“Lens”

“Kulka’s Agreement with Victor, (Jan. 17, 1945)”

AA46, “Packing box for Model 40 Animatophone with ‘J’ or ‘K’ Speaker and Rotary Converter. Box open showing converter in place”

[Victor Projector and Case]

 

Folder 9

[8 different photographs featuring Sam G. Rose, from Cologne, Germany, April, 1954]

 

Folder 10

[oversize copy of Victor Advertisement]

 

Folder 11 Victor Insignia

[2 different Victor Shield Insignia]

 

Folder 12

Certificate [Rose, Sam G. Certificate USS Wright, Pensacola Florida, 1949]

 

Folder 13

“Early Victor Plant, used in ‘Photo Dealer,’ (Jan. 1956)”

 

Folder 14

Does not contain photographs

Large format photograph of Victor. Includes negative. In Map Case 13, drawer 17

Photograph of meeting of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, Hollywood, 1925. Gift of Virginia Cook Young. In Map Case 13, drawer 17

 

 

 

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