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Thomas Keith Marshall's Lantern Slides

photo of a old bi-plane in flight
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Descriptive metadata

Series: Miscellaneous prohibition theme slides, World's and National Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Slide indicates that it was manufactured by State of Oregon -- Portland
Title on Slide: untitled
Slide No.: unnumbered
Genre: 3' X 4" glass slide
Place: U. S.
Date: ~1914
Original Copyright: © by Nat W.C.T.U., Evanston , ILL
Tags: Prohibition, liquor, National Woman's Christian Temperance Union
Collection: Thomas Keith Marshall's Lantern Slides
Source: Patricia Peters Stephenson, Tucson, Arizona
Source Dimensions: 4 X 3.25 inches
Source Condition: poor
Source Format: lantern slide
Publisher: National Woman's Christian Temperance Union
Repository: private collection
Description: A Curtiss biplane. Glenn Hammond Curtiss was an early aviator and manufacturer of airplanes and won a $10,000 prize in May 29, 1910, for the longest flight in America.

Technical metadata

JPEG Image (File) Size: 600X515 52K; 400X343 25K
Capture Date: TIFF 2007-05-23;JPEG 2007-06-20
Capture Method: scanned on an Epson 3170 flatbed scanner
TIFF Capture Resolution: 300 DPI