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Catalog Number 11939-82-(5)
Title Box for Film Splicing Kit
Object Name Case, Photographic Equipment
Description The bottom of the box is black with a silver top that 4 black triangles on all 4 sides of lid. On the very top of the box it says " Kodascope Eight Film Splicing Outfit." On the inside there was a set of instructions of how to use kodascope Eight Film splicing outfit, and then a tool that used for cutting and scraping the film.
COLORS: Black, Silver, Tan
Date USA: Rochester, New York
Year Range from 1897
Year Range to 1940
Culture American
Material Cardboard, Ink
Made Eastman Kodak Co.
Used USA: Nebraska (Johnson), Sterling
Height (in) 3.62
Width (in) 2.18
Depth (in) 1.62
Search Terms Benson Studio
History Used in the Benson Photo Studio in Sterling, Nebraska. The studio was operated by Edward T and Mae Benson and founded by Edward in 1897. It was operated together by the couple after their marriage in 1900. After Edward's death in 1935, Mae continued to work as a photographer as indicated in 1940 Who's Who in Johnson County.
Credit line Jan Williams, Loveland, Ohio
Collection Benson Studio