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Guide to the Records of Brown Brothers Harriman
1696 -1973, 1995 (bulk 1820-1968)
 MS 78

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Series VIII. Visual Material and Audio Tapes (1830s-1995). 4.0 Linear feet 10 document boxes, XX oversize folders

Scope and Content

The series contains various matted and unmatted original and reproduction photographs, prints, slides, and glass plate images of Brown Brothers Harriman partners, facilities, residences, and events that were originally unhoused in the collection; a portfolio of mounted and captioned black and white prints commissioned from photographer Walker Evans for Partners in Banking, some of the negatives for these images, edited contact sheets, and related correspondence; and two audio tapes.

Subseries A. Assorted Visual Material (1832-1968, 1995)

Scope and Content

The subseries includes various visual materials originally housed together in the collection; some removed from other series; oversized items; items originally displayed at the Brown Brothers Harriman offices or in exhibitions organized by the Historical Files; and images rehoused in two groups in 1995.

These include originals of images reproduced in two histories of the firm: Alexander Brown (Partners in Banking, p. 25), William Brown (p. 26), Jay Robinson's sketches of contemporary Liverpool (pp. 27 and 102); and the Liverpool offices of Brown Shipley & Co.  (100 Years of Merchant Banking, p. 107).

The unmounted paper stereographs removed from Volume 36 (see Arrangement Note) include two images: one of a European party seated in front of large tents pitched in a dry climate and behind their local guides (four versions in varying degrees of exposure), and one of six such guides in front of the same tents (three versions in varying degrees of exposure). No studio, photographer, or location is identified, but they would appear to have been taken in the Middle East, and using two cameras rather than a camera with two lenses, based on the blurring in one side of one of the images.

The glass plate negatives of John Crosby Brown's New Jersey home, Brighthurst, were donated to the Historical Files in 1966 by his grandson John Crosby Brown Moore.

The black and white photographs by Guy Gillette and Matar Studios were commissioned for use in the second edition of the brochure "Personality of a Bank", issued in 1967. The firm's first promotional publication, it was originally issued in 1959. Further information about the publication, including additional prints, is included in the "1959" files in Subseries I.A. Chronological Files.

Some images from the 1968 sesquicentennial celebrations (provided by the Union Pacific Railroad) in Seattle and Sun Valley were reproduced in personalized leather-bound scrapbooks presented to each guest. The book presented to Juan Trippe, who as president of Pan American World Airways was instrumental in inspiring Boeing to create the 747 jetliner, is item 109 in the Print Room's album collection at New-York Historical Society.

Some snapshots from the Sun Valley events were contributed to the Historical Files by Alice B. Brown, wife of partner Moreau Delano Brown; others were taken by Malcolm Freudy of Freudy Photos, New York City.

The 1995 materials consist of two groups (marked A and B) of images originally from the Historical Files and from the Walker Evans portfolio (see Subseries VIII.B.), which were rehoused separately from the other visual materials in 1995. No explanation for this is provided in the Collection. Image A12 is now included in the oversize materials.

The vast preponderance of visual materials in the Collection can be found in Subseries I.A. and Subseries I.B., arranged either chronologically or by subject, respectively.

Historical Note

As part of the firm's 150th anniversary celebrations in September, 1968, it hosted a multiday excursion to Sun Valley, Idaho (developed as a ski resort in the 1930s by the Harriman interests), for clients and guests who included American industrialists and overseas bankers, but no American commercial bankers. It began in Seattle, Washington, with dinner one evening at the Space Needle and the next at the home of Boeing's president William Allen, after guests had had a tour of the Boeing facility where the first 747 jetliner was being constructed. From Seattle, guests boarded two Union Pacific trains for the trip overland to Shoshone, Idaho, and traveled thence by bus to Sun Valley for two days of seminars, social events, and leisure activities.

A celebration for staff, families, and guests was held in New York on October 9, 1968. It began with an Open House at the firm's headquarters at 59 Wall Street and continued at a re-creation of the 1818 New York waterfront on pier 13 at the foot of Wall Street. It featured food, drinks, and entertainment of the period, with catering by Restaurant Associates. Among the guests was New York Mayor John V. Lindsay.

Arrangement

The five glass plate negatives showing rooms at John Crosby Brown's New Jersey home, Brighthurst; the two framed portraits of Montagu Norman; and the view of James Brown's house at 9th Street and University Place were removed from Subseries I.C.vi. Partners. They are housed separately from the other materials in this subseries because of their size and fragility.

The stereograph images were found loose in John Crosby Brown's 1859-1860 scrapbook of pressed plants and flowers (Subseries V.B. Partners. John Crosby Brown, volume 36).

The prints, contacts, and negatives by photographer Guy Gillette and by Matar Studios were originally housed with materials included in Subseries VIII.B. Walker Evans Portfolio, and have been moved here for consistency.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 118 Folder : 4 Notice of U.S. Mail steamers, New York to Liverpool, including Arctic
1855
Box: 118 Folder : 5 Stereograph images from John Crosby Brown scrapbook
1859-1860
Box: 118 Folder : 6 Bank draft; explanatory note
1866 February 28, 1929
Box: 118 Folder : 7 Sanitary Commission War Claim Association document, naming partner Howard Potter, Commissioner
1866
Box: 118 Folder : 8 Correspondence accompanying pictures for framing and reproduction
1921, 1923
Box: 118 Folder : 9 Notes accompanying Howard Maeder donation of Romer document
circa 1927
Box: 118 Folder : 10 Guy Gillette photos: 59 Wall Street exteriors (color transparencies
1959, 1965-1966
Box: 118 Folder : 11 Notes, wording, estimate for Alexander Brown plaque
1964
Box: 118 Folder : 12 Guy Gillette photos: Investment Committee - black and white prints (1/5)
1965
Box: 118 Folder : 13 Guy Gillette photos: Credit conferences - black and white prints and contacts (2/5)
1965-1967
Box: 118 Folder : 14 Guy Gillette photos: Policy Review Committee - black and white prints (3/5)
1965
Box: 118 Folder : 15 Guy Gillette photos: Account and Prospect Review Committee - black and white prints (4/5)
1966
Box: 118 Folder : 16 Guy Gillette photos: partners in the conference/map room - black and white prints (5/5)
1965
Box: 118 Folder : 17 Guy Gillette photo: New York's financial center - color negative
1965
Box: 118 Folder : 18 Guy Gillette photos: medallion, 59 Wall Street - black and white prints
1965-1966
Box: 118 Folder : 19 Guy Gillette photos: rotunda and Alexander Brown statue, 59 Wall Street - black and white prints
1965-1966
Box: 118 Folder : 20 Guy Gillette photos: rotunda and Alexander Brown statue, 59 Wall Street - 5 x 7 black and white prints
1965-1966
Box: 118 Folder : 21 Matar Studio photos: rotunda and Alexander Brown statue, 59 Wall Street - 8 x 10 black and white prints
1965-1966
Box: 119 Folder : 1 James Brown residence: 9th Street and University Place - glass plate negative
1850s
Box: 119 Folder : 2 Brighthurst interior - glass plate negative
circa 1880
Box: 119 Folder : 3 Brighthurst interior - glass plate negative
circa 1880
Box: 119 Folder : 4 Brighthurst interior - glass plate negative
circa 1880
Box: 119 Folder : 5 Brighthurst interior - glass plate negative
circa 1880
Box: 119 Folder : 6 Brighthurst interior - glass plate negative
circa 1880
Box: 119 Folder : 7 Montagu Norman portrait
1908
Box: 119 Folder : 8 Montagu Norman portrait
1908
Box: 120 Folder : 1 Guy Gillette photos: 59 Wall Street exterior - black and white prints and color print
1965-1966
Box: 120 Folder : 2 Guy Gillette photos: 59 Wall Street exterior - black and white transparencies
1965-1966
Box: 120 Folder : 3 Guy Gillette photos: 59 Wall Street exterior - color transparencies
1965-1966
Box: 120 Folder : 4 Matar Studio photos: 59 Wall Street exteriors - color negatives and transparencies
1965-1966
Box: 120 Folder : 5 Guy Gillette photos: interior and exterior shots - edited contact sheets
1967
Box: 120 Folder : 6 Guy Gillette photos: exterior 59 Wall Street - color transparencies
circa 1967
Box: 120 Folder : 7 Matar Studio: 59 Wall Street corner entrance - color transparency and negative
Box: 120 Folder : 8 150th anniversary: Sun Valley, ID - Alice B. Brown color snapshots
1968 September
Box: 120 Folder : 9 150th anniversary: Union Pacific train interiors and exteriors; Seattle Space Needle - black and white prints, color negative
1968 September
Box: 120 Folder : 10 150th anniversary: Seattle, Sun Valley - color snapshots by Freudy Photos
1968 September
Box: 120 Folder : 11 150th anniversary: Union Pacific train, interiors and exterior - black and white prints
1968 September
Box: 120 Folder : 12 150th anniversary: alienated envelope ("Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Pullen")
1968 September
Box: 120 Folder : 13 150th anniversary: Seattle, Union Pacific trains, correspondence
1968 September, 1969-1970
Box: 120 Folder : 14 150th anniversary: staff party, Wall Street pier - color slides; stamped Life Magazine
1968 October 9
Box: 120 Folder : 15 150th anniversary: staff party, Wall Street pier - color prints; stamped Time magazine
1968 October 9
Box: 120 Folder : 16 Rehoused images from Historical Files: Series A - black and white prints
1995
Box: 120 Folder : 17 Rehoused images from Historical Files and Walker Evans portfolio: Series B - black and white prints, mounted print
1995
Box: 120 Folder : 18 Unidentified wood backing
Undated
Box: 120 Folder : 19 Unidentified retouched photo: stairs and arbor
Undated
Box: 120 Folder : 20 Framing store labels
Undated
Box: OS 11 Folder : 6 100th anniversary club, Philadelphia - black and white print
circa 1918
Box: OS 12 Folder : 4 John A. Brown
circa 1830
Box: OS 12 Folder : 5 Alexander Brown
1832
Box: OS 12 Folder : 6 William Brown
1840s
Box: OS 12 Folder : 7 James Brown, based on Brady "Imperial" photo
circa 1857
Box: OS 12 Folder : 8 William Brown
1858
Box: OS 12 Folder : 9 Howard Potter
1880s
Box: OS 12 Folder : 10 Eugene Delano
circa 1915
Box: OS 12 Folder : 11 Pastel sketch for Alexander Brown plaque
1964
Box: OS 13 Folder : 4 "The Exchange, New York" - engraving
1854
Box: OS 13 Folder : 5 Liverpool: Shipley offices - photoreproduction
circa 1908
Box: OS 13 Folder : 6 Certificate to James Brown from Ferdinand of Rumania
1927
Box: OS 13 Folder : 7 Jay Robinson sketches of Liverpool buildings
1965
Box: OS 13 Folder : 8 63 Wall Street: entrance and building
1968
Box: OS 14 Folder : 1 Photostat reproductions of documents
1825, 1915, 1917
Box: OS 14 Folder : 2 Rehoused image: Walker Evans portfolio
1995
Box: OS 15 Photomontage rendering, 59-63 Wall Street building: Delano & Aldrich Architects
circa 1929
Box: OS 15 Sun Valley 150th anniversary events: original watercolor cartoon by Roy Doty
1968
Drawer: OS D1900 Group portrait, U.S./ U.K. Trade Conference (photoreproduction) [signed by W. Averell Harriman]
1941
Drawer: OS D1900 Exterior photographs, Brown Brothers Harriman building, Wall Street
1960s

Subseries B. Walker Evans Portfolio (1964-1967, 1975)

Scope and Content

The subseries includes black and white prints, negatives, contact sheets, captions, correspondence, and ephemera related to Walker Evans's portfolio of photographs commissioned for publication as the conclusion of Partners in Banking.

Historical Note

Partners in Banking was designed as an image-heavy history of the firm. However, because much of the company's evolution after 1945 did not provide extensive graphic material, Kouwenhoven decided to end the book with a commissioned photographic portfolio depicting the contemporary organization, its partners, and locations.

For this he chose photographer Walker Evans, who was ending his career as Special Photographic Editor at Fortune Magazine. During his tenure there from 1945 to 1964, Evans had completed numerous self-assigned photographic studies of the contemporary business environment, its practitioners and tools. He brought to these the same eye for detail and sociological import that had informed his best-known and most provocative images: those documenting rural poverty for the Resettlement (later, Farm Security) Administration during the Depression, and his photographs of Greensboro, Alabama, farming families originally published, with James Agee, as  Let Us Now Praise Famous Men in 1941.

The Brown Brothers Harriman portfolio may be the last that Evans made as a corporate documenter, and only 56 of the close to 300 images he made for the project were published in Partners in Banking. In 1965 he was named Professor of Photography on the Faculty for Graphic Design at the Yale School of Art and Architecture. Before his death in 1975, Evans experimented with the new instant Polaroid SX-70 camera and lectured and published on his collections of vernacular images, including an extensive postcard collection.

Arrangement

The subseries is organized in three sections:

Subseries VIII.B.i. Correspondence and notes

Subseries VIII.B.ii. Prints and captions

Subseries VIII.B.iii. Contact sheets and negatives

Related Archival Materials in Other Repositories

The Metropolitan Museum of Art holds the Walker Evans Archive, which includes negatives and contacts of some of these images, and a small amount of related correspondence. It is the copyright owner of all images produced by Evans, including those in the Brown Brothers Harriman Collection.

Subseries B.i. Correspondence and notes (1964-1966, 1975). 0.43 Linear feet 1 document box

Scope and Content

The subseries includes Kouwenhoven's initial proposal of the project to Evans, provides information about Evans' shooting schedule at the various Brown Brothers Harriman offices and partners' homes, and documents his expenses for travel, film, and other equipment necessary for the project.

Arrangement

The materials in the subseries originated in three envelopes housed in various places with the photographic materials. They are arranged in chronological order.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 121 Folder : 1 Kouwenhoven proposal letter to Walker Evans; other correspondence; copy of Walker Evans notebook
1964 April 20, September 8; 1965
Box: 121 Folder : 2 "Photo project: letter, note and record file, including expenses": notes and correspondence, including Evans's shooting schedule (1/3)
1964-1965
Box: 121 Folder : 3 "Photo project: letter, note and record file, including expenses": black and white work prints of interior renovation; photocopy (2/3)
1964 July
Box: 121 Folder : 4 "Photo project: letter, note and record file, including expenses": arrangements, receipts for lodging, travel, processing (3/3)
1965 April - July
Box: 121 Folder : 5 "Walker Evans": New York Times obituary, July 1964 shooting schedule, notes on locations
1964, 1975
Box: 121 Folder : 6 "Sarah B. Brown's notes for captions of Evans pics used in book" [includes 2-1/4 inch prints and negatives]
Box: 121 Folder : 7 Receipts and expenses
1966 November
Box: 121 Folder : 8 Unused photo processing mailer, Modernage Photographic Services, New York City
1960s

Subseries B.ii. Prints and captions (1964-1967). 2.5 Linear feet 6 document boxes

Scope and Content

The mounted prints were prepared for Kouwenhoven as aids to editing Evans's portfolio for publication in Partners in Banking. A sample card provided by Evans, with a handwritten and signed explanation, appears to be the prototype.

Each mount is stamped with the Historical Files' stamp and dated. Many are accompanied by separate captions in Sarah B. Brown's hand (some edited in another hand); photocopies of her originals; and/or typed captions on adhesive-backed paper, some adhered to the mount and some loose. Some of the Philadelphia office photographs are captioned on the back in pencil, in Evans's hand. Images used in the book ("P.I.B") are marked on the back with their respective page numbers.

His biographer, Jeff Rosenheim, has described Evans's business-environment photographs as documenting "the office as cultural artifact." These images of wealthy and powerful men, in their work and home environments and with the tools and possessions that define them, can easily be compared with Evans's images of farmers and migrant workers who are likewise defined by their bereft environment and paltry possessions.

Arrangement

The materials were originally stored in three large record center cartons. They have been rehoused in acid-free folders in archival document boxes. The accompanying captions, originally paper-clipped to the mounted prints, have been preservation photocopied and precede the prints that they describe. The prints are ordered as they were in the original boxes, using the descriptions on the dividers that identified groups of images. There is significant repetition of images in some of the groups. The numbering of these boxes is out of order because of their different sizes.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 122 Folder : 1 Exterior Philadelphia office; New York offices of partners Lovett, Ireland, Gerry and Shipley, Kingsbury
1965 March 31; 1966 October 6, November 17
Box: 122 Folder : 2 Partners Room and desks, New York City; Philadelphia office interior
1965 March 31; 1966 November 17
Box: 122 Folder : 3 Partners and office, New York City: E.R. Harriman, West, Woolley, Bush, Lovett
1964 July 24; 1966 November 17
Box: 122 Folder : 4 Partners Harriman, Bush, Woolley, Lovett: Walker Evans's sample card layout, annotated and signed
1964 July 28
Box: 122 Folder : 5 Partners Kingsbury, Woolley, Lovett, Bush, Harriman
1964 July 24, 28; 1967 March 2
Box: 122 Folder : 6 Partners Roosa, Kingsbury, Lovett, Hord; Lovett office
1966 October 6; 1967 April 27, May 4
Box: 122 Folder : 7 "St. Louis and Chicago partners" (photographed in New York; only Hord pictured)
1967 April 27
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Partner McCance and wife at Mt. Kisco, New York, home
1967 May 20
Box: 123 Folder : 1 Partner McCance at Mt. Kisco, New York home; with John A. Kouwenhoven
1967 May 20
Box: 123 Folder : 2 Woolley, Harriman, Kouwenhoven at Harriman estate "Arden"
1967 May 19
Box: 123 Folder : 3 59 Wall Street exteriors
1964 July 7; 1967 February 1
Box: 123 Folder : 4 Unidentified man at typewriter [unlabeled; may not be Brown Brothers Harriman]
1960s
Box: 123 Folder : 5 Delmonico's restaurant; exterior 61-63 Wall Street
1964 July 7; 1967 February 1
Box: 123 Folder : 6 Personnel Department, New York City
1967 February 17
Box: 123 Folder : 7 Harriman estate "Arden": exteriors and car
1967 May 19
Box: 123 Folder : 8 Woolley, Harriman, Kouwenhoven at Harriman estate "Arden"
1967 May 19
Box: 124 Folder : 1 Partner John Madden and family at home, 218 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, New York
1967 February 25
Box: 124 Folder : 2 Banking platform, 59 Wall Street
1966 October 13, November 17
Box: 124 Folder : 3 Banking platform, 59 Wall Street
1966 October 13; 1967 March 1
Box: 124 Folder : 4 Banking platform, 59 Wall Street
1966 October, November; 1967 February 23
Box: 124 Folder : 5 Partners McCance and Currier in Hanson office, New York City
1966 December 1
Box: 125 Folder : 1 Partners McCance and Currier in Hanson office, New York City
1966 December 1
Box: 125 Folder : 2 Bookkeeping department, 59 Wall Street
1966 November 2
Box: 125 Folder : 3 Partners' dining rooms; luncheon
1967 February 17
Box: 125 Folder : 4 Kitchen and staff
1965 April 27
Box: 125 Folder : 5 Elevator and operator; Account Records department
1965 March 26
Box: 125 Folder : 6 Construction on 2nd and 3rd floors, 59 Wall Street
1964 July 30
Box: 125 Folder : 7 Employee cafeteria; records room; mail room
1965 March 26; 1966 October 28, 1967 February 23
Box: 125 Folder : 8 John A. Kouwenhoven in Historical Files office
1964 June 18
Box: 125 Folder : 9 Credit, Tax, Foreign Investment departments
1965 March 26; 1966 November 2; 1967 March 2
Box: 125 Folder : 10 Foreign Investment, Investment, Investment Adivsory departments
1966 November 2; 1967 March 2
Box: 125 Folder : 11 Bond, Foreign Exchange, Institutional departments
1966 November 2; 1967 March 3
Box: 126 Folder : 1 Tax, Domestic Banking departments
1966 November 2; 1967 March 2
Box: 126 Folder : 2 Research Department
1967 February 23
Box: 126 Folder : 3 [Research Department]
1967 February 23
Box: 126 Folder : 4 Partner Moreau Brown in Philadelphia office
1965 March 30
Box: 126 Folder : 5 Boston office: Driver and Rattray
1965 July 13
Box: 126 Folder : 6 Boston office: partners Driver and Curtis; manager Hancort
1965 July 13
Box: 126 Folder : 7 Philadelphia office; partner Moreau Brown at home; Irwin-Harrisons-Whitney tea company
1965 March 31
Box: 126 Folder : 8 Philadelphia office; partner Moreau Brown
1965 March 31
Box: 126 Folder : 9 Philadelphia office; partner Moreau Brown at home
1965 March 30
Box: 127 Folder : 1 Irwin-Harrisons-Whitney tea company, Philadelphia
1965 March 31
Box: 127 Folder : 2 Boston office: partners Curtis and Driver
1965 July 13
Box: 127 Folder : 3 Boston partner Driver's home: Needham, Massachusetts
1965 July 13
Box: 127 Folder : 4 Unmounted prints, captions
1960s
Box: 127 Folder : 5 Sample mounting boards for prints
1960s
Box: 127 Folder : 6 Separated captions
1960s

Subseries B.iii. Contact sheets and negatives (1964-1967), 1964-1967. 0.2 Linear feet 1/2 document box

Scope and Content

The subseries includes both 35 mm and 2.25 inch negatives and contact sheets for many of the images that Evans chose to print and that are included in Subseries VIII.B.ii. Prints and Captions. The china marker edits on the contact sheets show Evans's choices among the various shots he took at individual locations, and of people and groups. The notation "C" on the original glassine housing for the 35 mm negative strips would appear to document the Contax camera Evans used for this format, and the "R" on the 2.25 inch housing the Rolleiflex camera that he used for the latter.

In one of the images of partner Thomas McCance's home that Evans chose not to print, the photographer's shadow is visible on the grass, bent as he would be over a view camera that he holds in front of him.

Arrangement

The materials were originally grouped in manila envelopes and labeled by subject. Those groupings have been retained here and the materials are ordered as they originally were in the record center cartons. Most of the envelopes were not dated; dates have been added based on those provided on the mounted prints of the same images.

A large group of manila envelopes was empty; these have been preservation photocopied and the originals disposed of.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 121 Folder : 9 Boston office and W.R. Driver's home
[1965 July 13]
Box: 121 Folder : 10 New York office: bank floor corridor looking north; walls of E.R. Harriman private office; Woolley
[1964 July]
Box: 121 Folder : 11 John A. Kouwenhoven and Sarah B. Brown in Historical Files office, Conference Room B, 4th floor; 59 Wall Street corner entrance; lobby stairs
[1964 June, July]
Box: 121 Folder : 12 Senior partners Harriman, Lovett, Bush, Woolley in "new room", 59 Wall Street
1964 July 28
Box: 121 Folder : 13 Platform from mezzanine; mezzanine; Account Records department; mail room
[1965 March 26]
Box: 121 Folder : 14 Exteriors, 59 Wall Street
1964 July 7
Box: 121 Folder : 15 Philadelphia office; New York executive and managers lunch; dining rooms set for lunch; mezzanine kitchen
[1965 March, April; 1967 February 17]
Box: 121 Folder : 16 Philadelphia office; Moreau Brown at home; Irwin-Harrisons-Whitney tea company
[1965 March 30, 31]
Box: 121 Folder : 17 1964 construction, 2nd and 3rd floors of 59 Wall Street
1964 July 30
Box: 121 Folder : 18 Contact envelopes (empty, labeled)
[1964-1967]
Box: 121 Folder : 19 Frank Hoch (negatives only; removed from "Credit, Tax, Foreign Investment" folder)
1969
Box: 121 Folder : 20 Sample negative sleeves (unused)
1960s
Box: 121 Folder : 21 Dry mount tissue (unused)
1960s

Subseries C. Audio tapes (1969, undated). 2 reel-to-reel tapes (one 3 inch, one 7 inch)

Scope and Content

The subseries consists of two audio tapes found in the collection and an empty take-up reel. The 3 inch diameter tape was previously unhoused; the 7 inch diameter tape was removed from W. Averell Harriman's files in Subseries I.C.vi. Partners.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 121 Folder : 22 Audio tape (3 inch): The David Frost Show, with guests W. Averell Harriman and Adam Smith, author of "The Money Game".
1969 September 12
Box: 121 Folder : 23 Audio tape (7 inch): unidentified
Undated
Box: 121 Folder : 24 Empty take-up reel (7 inch) in cardboard box
Undated

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