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Film footage of 1939-1940 World’s Fair

 Item
Identifier: 118.10092
Abstract This digitized video footage of the Tribelhorn family's trip to the 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York in 1940 showcases the landmarks, pavilions, buildings, and activities at the World's Fair. (This footage was originally captured on 8mm film and digitized by the George Eastman Museum in 2018; there is no audio.) The total run time is 10 minutes.

Both a preservation copy (.MOV file) and its derived access copy (.MP4) are kept under this Object ID.

Minnie Allen diaries

 Item — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 2016.min
Abstract These two diaries detail the life of a teenage girl in Boston, Massachusetts in the 1870s. Topics covered include hobbies, pastimes, travel, and daily life.

Professor Quizmaster film reels

 Collection
Identifier: 117.10028
Abstract This collection contains five 35mm film rolls containing individual frames with trivia questions and answer selections designed for use in Professor Quizmaster coin-operated arcade amusement machines, introduced in 1968 in the United States, France, and other countries. The game was sold by Mondial International, Inc. Four of the film reels are in English, and one roll is in French.

Reiff family papers

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Identifier: 116.8001
Overview The Reiff family papers are a compilation of photographs, maps, summaries, drawings, a journal, a scrapbook, newspaper articles, transcriptions, and VHS tapes related to reminiscences of the Reiff family members.

Steve Kordek coin-op and amusements collection

 Collection — Box: 1-13
Identifier: 116.7102
Abstract The Steve Kordek coin-op and amusements collection is a compilation of fliers, brochures, hand-outs, manuals, and catalogs collected by Kordek during his six decades in the coin-operated games industry. The bulk of the materials are from 1968 through 1995.

Zella Hale Webster diary

 File — Box: Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 98.5386
Abstract This 1913 diary, titled "The Girls of Camp Nameless," contains illustrations, poems, photographs, clippings, and details about a Fourth of July vacation at a house on Irondequoit Bay, outside of Rochester, New York.