Guide to Fox Movie Flash Street Photography Records
NMAH.AC.0853

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Archives Center, National Museum of American History 2011

Smithsonian Institution
P.O. Box 37012
Suite 1100, MRC 601
Washington, D.C., 20013-7012
Phone: 202-633-3270
Email: archivescenter@si.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research. Some materials in Series 3, Financial Materials, Subseries 3, Bank Records, are restricted. Some materials contain items with social security numbers. See repository for more details.

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright held by the Smithsonian Institution. Collections items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Reproduction permission from the Archives Center: reproduction fees may apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This collection was donated by Bob Rose.

Processing Information note

Processed by Erin Molloy (intern), February, 2011; supervised by Alison Oswald, archivist.

Existence and Location of Copies note

Original negatives located at the Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York. See http://vsw.org/research/fmf/index.html. Many scanned images are found online here.

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Summary Information

Repository
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Creator
Fox Movie Flash
Creator - Photographer
Rose, Bob
Creator
Selle, Joseph, 1906-1988
Title
Fox Movie Flash Street Photography Records
ID
NMAH.AC.0853
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1945-1975
Date [inclusive]
circa 1930-1975
Extent
4.0 Cubic feet (6 boxes)
Language
English
Abstract
The collection documents the professional activities of Joseph Selle (1906-1988), a photographer and proprietor of Fox Movie Flash, a street photography business in San Francisco, California. There are a few documents relating to Selle’s personal life, but the bulk of the papers relate to his street photography business. Most of the documents date from between 1945 and 1975 and include insurance papers, correspondence, legal documents, receipts, tax records, cashbooks, employment applications, newspaper clippings, licenses and permits, payroll materials, and bank statements, as well as samples of photographs from the business.

Preferred Citation note

[Title and date of item], Bob Rose Street Photography Collection [business records and photoprints], circa 1930-1973, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, box number x, folder xx, digital file number xxxxxxx.

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Biographical/Historical note

Street photographer Joseph (Joe) Nicolas Selle (1906-1988) was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and grew up in the small, rural town of Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. His father, born in Strasbourg, Germany, worked as a portrait photographer. In 1933, he moved to the West Coast. According to a eulogy found in the collection written by a member of the Elks Club, Selle attended barber school before joining the Merchant Marines as a seaman, though the dates of his service are unknown. The eulogy indicates that Selle, along with a man named Harry Chesterfield, worked on a project that allowed for fresh water to reach the island prison of Alcatraz.

Selle began taking photographs at the 1933-1934 Chicago World's Fair, and began working as a street photographer in 1936. He traveled to Texas, where he met his future wife, Augusta (‘Gusta) Crosbie from San Antonio, Texas. They were married on May 29, 1938 in Nevada and then moved to Washington state. In 1940, Selle operated his first street photography business with co-owner T. Hegge, called Actionette Studios. The business had two offices, one in Seattle, Washington at 1331 3rd Avenue, (at the corner of 3rd Avenue and Union Street) and one in Spokane, Washington (at the corner of Riverside and Wall Street). In each city, Selle and Hegge stood near major thoroughfares and photographed pedestrians as they walked by. They then handed the pedestrians photograph order cards with a specific number that correlated with their photograph. If the customer was interested, they could send the order card with their home address and twenty-five cents to Actionette Studios, where Selle and Hegge would print the photograph and mail it to the customer.

Selle moved to San Francisco in either 1939 or 1940, and sought a buyer for his business. On November 12, 1940, Selle and Hegge entered into a conditional sales contract with Kurt Riess for the rights, equipment, and property of Actionette Studios for five thousand dollars. On December 16, 1940, Selle and Hegge were summoned by the Superior Court of the State of Washington as defendants in Riess vs. Selle and Hegge. Riess alleged that Selle and Hegge fraudulently misrepresented the profitability of the business in Spokane; Selle and Hegge denied the charges. They reached a settlement, the details of which are unknown.

Licensed to drive a public vehicle in 1942, Selle worked as a taxi cab driver and a rental car chauffeur periodically until 1945 while taking photographs on the streets of San Francisco. On May 16, 1946, Selle became licensed to conduct business as the owner of Fox Movie Flash, the street photography company he would operate for the next forty years. The office was located in downtown San Francisco at 942 Market Street, above the Pix Theater. Selle and the photographers he hired would stand on street corners and photograph pedestrians as they walked by. The solicitation process was similar to that of Actionette Studios. The photographers would hand pedestrians they photographed an order card with the number of the photograph printed on it, which the customer could then mail along with a specific payment, (ranging from twenty five cents in the mid-1940s to two dollars in the 1970s) for copies of the image.

With a staff of photographers (including the donor of the collection, Bob Rose, who also served as a promotional manager), darkroom technicians, and administrative personnel, Fox Movie Flash documented life in the prime retail shopping districts of San Francisco. Selle would frequently position himself at one of his favorite intersections, typically in front of the Flood Building at Market and Powell Streets or in front of the Pix Theater at Market and Mason Streets. Some of his other favorite locations included the corners and side streets around Union Square, and on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. The photographers used modified DeVry 35mm newsreel-type movie cameras that were loaded with 100-foot rolls of film, capable of snapping up to 1500 images. The cameras were focused ten feet in front of the photographer, allowing them to point and shoot a specific spot repeatedly. Selle had the rolls of film developed in his darkroom by technicians, and they printed the images that people ordered.

Fox Movie Flash photographers worked in the California towns of Fresno, San Jose, Sacramento, and Stockton, as well as San Francisco. The photographers in his employ photographed numerous celebrities, including Marilyn Monroe, Red Skelton, the Iranian Shah, Ayatollah Khomeini, Edward, the Duke of Windsor, and Wallis Simpson. According to Andrew Eskind of the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, New York, which houses Selle’s entire archive of photographs and negatives –- a total of about one million images -- Fox Movie Flash was in operation until the 1970s. Towards the end of his career as a street photographer, Selle and Augusta owned a beef cattle ranch in Sonoma, California. He died in 1988.

References

The Joseph Selle Collection of Street Vendor Photography http://www.andreweskind.com/andy/streetphot/ (accessed on February 2, 2011)

Luminous Lint for Collectors and Connoisseurs of Fine Photography http://www.luminous-lint.com/app/photographer/Joseph__Selle/A/ (accessed on February 2, 2011)

Richard L. Nelson Gallery & Fine Art Collection, University of California, Davis http://nelsonga.ipower.com/archives/2005/04/joseph_selle.html (accessed on February 2, 2011)

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Scope and Contents note

The collection documents the professional activities of Joseph Selle (1906-1988), a photographer and proprietor of Fox Movie Flash, a street photography business in San Francisco, California. There are a few documents relating to Selle’s personal life, but the bulk of the papers relate to his street photography business. Most of the documents date from between 1945 and 1975 and include insurance papers, correspondence, legal documents, receipts, tax records, cashbooks, employment applications, newspaper clippings, licenses and permits, payroll materials, and bank statements, as well as samples of photographs from the business.

Series 1, Biographical Information, 1938-1981 and undated, contains textual documents providing personal information on Joseph Selle, including seller's permits, his marriage license to Augusta Crosbie Selle, a bail receipt from the Berkeley Police Department, correspondence, business and identification cards, a map of the University of California, Berkeley campus where Selle took photographs, and a copy of his eulogy. Other materials in this series include a contract transferring ownership of Actionette Studios from Selle and T. Hegge to Kurt Reiss, court documents related to the lawsuit Reiss brought against Selle and Hegge, correspondence with lawyers, and rental lease agreements. This series also contains newspaper clippings about Selle and Fox Movie Flash, as well as clippings relating to street photography, advertisements placed by Selle to hire photographers, and attendance records of California State Fairs, some of which Selle photographed.

Series 2, Operating Records, 1941-1981 and undated, consists of four subseries: Subseries 1, Administrative Materials, 1941-1975 and undated; Subseries 2, Correspondence, 1938-1981; Subseries 3, Weekly Reports, 1947-1952; and Subseries 4, Payroll, 1945-1948. This series contains the bulk of the information about Selle's street photography business. Materials include licenses and permits for Selle and his photographers, including Bob Rose, the donor of this collection and promotional manager for Fox Movie Flash. Other materials include insurance policies, office supplies (such as stationary and rubber stamps), booklets containing blank order cards handed to potential customers, applications for employment, weekly reports on the photographs taken by all employees (which are arranged chronologically by employee surname), and payroll ledgers.

Also included is correspondence with Selle and Fox Movie Studios. The bulk of the subseries consists of letters, although some telegrams and postcards are included. Some of the letters relate to personal matters, though the majority of them deal directly with the operation of the business. Frequent correspondents includes officials at the California State Fair, where Selle held a concession to take candid photographs in 1949, 1952, 1953, and 1956. Selle also corresponded with his lawyer William H. Rois of Rois & Fowler when he was being sued by Kurt Reiss for breach of contract and misrepresentation about Actionette Studios. Additionally, Selle received correspondence from the Better Business Bureau which mediated between Fox Movie Flash and dissatisfied customers who requested refunds. The remainder of the correspondence consists of orders for photographs taken by Fox Movie Flash cameramen by customers, and orders to and from vendors for supplies.

Series 3, Financial Records, 1940-1975 and undated, consists of four subseries: Subseries 1, Business Records, 1944-1947; Subseries 2, Tax Records, 1945-1975; Subseries 3, Bank Records, 1942-1975; and Subseries 4, Receipts, 1940-1975. This series contains both personal and business financial records of Selle and Fox Movie Flash. Included are city, state and federal tax returns, as well as tax documents from the California Department of Employment. Also included are business records and ledgers, bank statements, bills, checks, financial notes, payroll ledgers, and receipts. Many of his receipts are from equipment and materials purchased for the company, including film, developing chemicals, and paper from companies such as Ansco Photographic Materials and Equipment, Brooks Cameras, Eastman Kodak Stores, and The Haloid Company; equipment repair from Friedberg-Smith Optical Instruments; bus tickets and material shipping to and from Fresno from Pacific Greyhound Lines; postage from the United States Postal Service; office supplies from Wobblers, Inc.; and help wanted advertisements from the  San Francisco Examiner.

Series 4, Photographs, 1941-1950 and undated, contains photographic prints, most sized four by six inches. Additionally there are fifteen photographic prints that have been mounted onto both sides of four by six sheets of metal or wood. These mounted prints were used by the photographers to display sample photographs to prospective customers. These mounted prints have been placed into sink mats for protection. The photographs were taken on the streets of San Fransisco, at the 1941 California State Fair in Sacramento and on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. The majority of the campus photographs feature college students, graduates, and faculty members. These photographs also feature male soldiers and sailors, and "WAVES," women in the US Naval Reserve (Women's Reserve). The street photographs in San Fransisco feature unknown pedestrians, Selle and other street photographers, camera equipment, and celebrities. The celebrities in these photographs include actors Edward G. Robinson, Tony Curtis and Bing Crosby, heavyweight boxer Primo Carnera, and burlesque dancer Noel Toy.

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Arrangement note

Collection is divided into four series.

Series 1, Biographical Information, 1938-1981 and undated

Series 2, Operating Records, 1941-1981 and undated

Subseries 1, Administrative Materials, 1941-1975 and undated

Subseries 2, Correspondence, 1938-1981

Subseries 3, Weekly Reports, 1947-1952

Subseries 4, Payroll, 1945-1948

Series 3, Financial Records, 1940-1975 and undated

Subseries 1, Business Records, 1944-1947

Subseries 2, Tax Records, 1945-1975

Subseries 3, Bank Records, 1942-1975

Subseries 4, Receipts, 1940-1975

Series 4, Photographs, 1941-1950 and undated

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Actionette Studios
  • Fox Movie Flash Co.

Genre(s)

  • Business records--20th century.
  • Photographs--Photoprints--Silver gelatin--20th century

Subject(s)

  • Photographers--1950-1970
  • Photography, Flash-light
  • Street photography

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Collection Inventory

Series 1, Biographical Information, 1938-1981 and undated 

Joseph Selle, 1938-1951, undated 


  Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 1

Legal Documents, 1938-1944 


  Box Folder
Text   1 2

Newspaper Clippings, 1939-1981, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 3

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Series 2, Fox Movie Flash, 1941-1981 and undated 

Subseries 1, Administrative Materials, 1941-1975 and undated 

Licenses and Permits, 1941-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   1 4

License and permit applications and correspondence, 1941-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 5

Insurance policies, 1946-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   1 6

Insurance correspondence, receipts, and miscelleanous, 1945-1973, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 7

Fox Movie Flash/Actionette Studios supplies, undated 


  Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 8

Rubber stamps, undated 


  Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 9

Photograph order card booklets, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 10

Competitor's order cards, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 11

Fox Movie Flash completed photograph order cards, 1946-1947, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 12

Applications for Employment, 1946-1952, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 13

Office Supplies, undated 

Subseries 2, Correspondence, 1938-1981 

General, 1938-1981 


  Box Folder
Text   1 14

Better Business Bureau, 1945-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 15

California State Fair, 1942-1956 


  Box Folder
Text   1 16

Rois & Fowler, Attorneys at Law, 1941 


  Box Folder
Text   1 17

Photograph Orders, 1943-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 18

Supply Orders, 1939-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 19

Subseries 3, Weekly Reports, 1947-1952 

Blank Weekly Report Forms, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   1 20

1947 

Clements, Pete, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 21

Filson, Henry "Hank," 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 22

Gottwald, Steve, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 23

King, Homer E., 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 24

King, Marvin F. "Jack," 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 25

Lambert, Wesley R., 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 26

McConnell, Walter, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 27

Norelius, Donald R., 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 28

Selle, Llewellyn Joseph "Bud," 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 29

Selle, Richard, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 30

Toomey, John C., 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   1 31

1948 

Beebe, Charles E., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 32

Brickley, James D., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 33

Clements, Pete, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 34

Commack, Raymond N., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 35

Compton, Roland, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 36

Filson, Henry "Hank," 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 37

Jewett, R. R., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 38

King, Marvin "Jack," 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 39

Norelius, Donald, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 40

Petoil, Donald, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 41

Pierce, Richard M. "Reech," 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 42

Redegeld, J. J., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 43

Robertson, Bob, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 44

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 45

Selle, Richard, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 46

Sigrist, Howard, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 47

Zavaletta, Johnnie Raphael "Cisco," 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   1 48

1949 

Beebe, Charles E., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
49

Carter, Joseph A., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
50

Chesterfield, Harry, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
51

Clements, Pete, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
52

Commack, Raymond N., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
53

Frazee, William F., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
54

Gough, Bob, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
55

King, James R., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
56

Luckie, M. E., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
57

McIntosh, W. R., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
58

Newbert, Joel G., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
58

Pierce, Richard M. "Reech," 1949 

Box
1
Folder
60

Selle, Joe, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
61

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1949 

Box
1
Folder
62

Sigrist, Howard, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
63

Snowden, George, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
64

Spinale, Carmel A., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
65

Tufert, James M., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
66

Von Seeback, James, 1949 

Box
1
Folder
67

Wilson, J. H., 1949 

Box
1
Folder
68

1950 

Clements, Pete, 1950 

Box
1
Folder
70

German, E. A., 1950 

Box
1
Folder
71

Gough, Bob, 1950 

Box
1
Folder
72

Jenning, Gordon, 1950 

Box
1
Folder
73

Norelius, Donald R., 1950 

Box
1
Folder
74

Pierce, Richard M., "Reech," 1950 

Box
1
Folder
75

Selle, Joe, 1950 

Box
1
Folder
76

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1950 

Box
2
Folder
1

Selle, Richard R., 1950 

Box
2
Folder
2

Sigrist, Howard, 1950 

Box
2
Folder
3

Zavalette, Johnnie Raphael "Cisco," 1950 

Box
2
Folder
4

1951 

Gough, Bob, 1951 

Box
2
Folder
5

Jennings, Gordon, 1951 

Box
2
Folder
6

Johnson, John E., 1951 

Box
2
Folder
7

Norelius, Donald R., 1951 

Box
2
Folder
8

Pierce, Richard M. "Reech," 1951 

Box
2
Folder
9

Robbins, O. E., 1951 

Box
2
Folder
10

Selle, Joe, 1951 

Box
2
Folder
11

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1951 

Box
2
Folder
12

Starkey, William E., 1951 

Box
2
Folder
13

Zavaletta, Johnnie Raphael "Cisco," 1951 

Box
2
Folder
14

1952 

Jennings, Gordon, 1952 

Box
2
Folder
15

Johnson, John E., 1952 

Box
2
Folder
16

Pierce, Richard M. "Reech," 1952 

Box
2
Folder
17

Selle, Joe, 1952 

Box
2
Folder
18

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1952 

Box
2
Folder
19

Sigrist, Howard, 1952 

Box
2
Folder
20

Zavaletta, Johnnie Raphael "Cisco," 1952 

Box
2
Folder
21

Subseries 4, Payroll, 1945-1948 

Totals, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   2 22

Box

Account books, 1945-1948 

2

Account books, 1945 


  Box Folder
Text   6 1
  Binder
Text   2

Account books, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   6 2

Account books, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   6 3

Account books, 1946-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   6 4

Account books, 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   6 5

Employees Released, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 23

Altee, Robert L., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 24

Baker, Mary A., 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 25

Baker, William A., 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 26

Blumenthal, E. F., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 27

Clements, Pete O., 1947-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 29

Commack, Raymond N., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 30

Compton, Roland E., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 31

Cox, Bennie, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 32

Filson, Henry L., 1947-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 33

Gottwald, Steve, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 34

Griffin, Jennavera H., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 35

Gumba, Antoinette C., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 36

Heskins, Ruth, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 37

King, Homer E., 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 39

King, Marvin F. "Jack," 1946-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 40

Krause, Helen M., 1947-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 41

Lambert, Wesley R., 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 42

McConnell, Walter, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 43

Norelius, Donald R., 1947-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 44

Petercupo, Mark A., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 45

Phemester, Walter J., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 46

Redegeld, Joseph J., 1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 47

Rester, Chas Herbert, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 48

Robertson, Grant W., 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 49

Robertson, Jack, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 50

Rose, Robert E., 1945-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 51

Sawdet, Rolland K., 1945-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 52

Seaman, Chas H., 1946-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 53

Selle, Llewelyn Joseph "Bud," 1947-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 54

Selle, Richard R., 1946-1948 


  Box Folder
Text   2 55

Schultz, Leonard, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 56

Terry, Franklin Phillip, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   2 57

Toomey, John C., 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 58

Whipple, Freeda, 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 59

Piece work, 1945-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 60

Miscellaneous, 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 61

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Series 3, Financial Materials, 1940-1975 and undated 

Subseries 1, Business Records, 1944-1947 

Business Record, 1944-1945 


  Box Folder
Text   2 62

Business Record, 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 63

Ledgers, 1944-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   6 6

Ledgers, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   6 7

Ledgers, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   7 2

Fox Portait Studio ledgers, 1944-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   7 2

Subseries 2, Tax Records, 1945-1975 

Instructions and notices, 1945-1973, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   2 64

Tax returns, 1945-1974 


  Box Folder
Text   2 65

United States Treasury Department Tax, 1945-1971 


  Box Folder
Text   2 66

California Department of Employment, documents, 1945-1949 


  Box Folder
Text   2 67

California sales tax, 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   2 69

California Department of Employment, correspondence, 1945-1971 


  Box Folder
Text   2 68

City and County of San Francisco, 1970-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   2 70

Business property statement, 1973 


  Box Folder
Text   2 71

Subseries 3, Bank Records, 1942-1975 

Bank Statements, 1942-1951 

1942, 1942 

Box
2
Folder
72

1943, 1943 

Box
2
Folder
73

1944, 1944 

Box
2
Folder
74

1945, 1945 

Box
2
Folder
75

1946, 1946 

Box
2
Folder
76

1947, 1947 

Box
2
Folder
77

1948, 1948 

Box
2
Folder
78

1949, 1949 

Box
2
Folder
79

1950, 1950 

Box
2
Folder
80

1951, 1951 

Box
2
Folder
81

Deposits and checks, 1942-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   3 1

Box

Check stubs [restricted], 1944-1945 

7

Check stubs, 1945-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   7 4

Payroll check stubs [restricted], 22 Oct 1945 - 27 Apr 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   7 5

Payroll check stubs [restricted], 27 Apr 1946 - 26 Oct 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   7 6

Payroll check stubs [restricted], 26 Oct 1946 - 5 July 1947 


  Box Folder
Text   7 7

Utility statements, 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   3 2

Out of town expenses, 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 3

Subseries 4, Receipts, 1940-1975 

General, 1940-1974, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   3 4

Ansco, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 5

Brooks Cameras, 1970-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   3 6

Coldwell Banker and Company, 1945-1974 


  Box Folder
Text   3 7

Eastman Kodak Stores Inc., 1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 8

Friedberg-Smith, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 9

Haloid Company, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 10

Hirsch & Kaye, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 11

Pacific Greyhound Lines, 1946-1947 


  Box Folder
Text   3 12

San Francisco Examiner, 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 13

United States Postal Service, 1946-1975 


  Box Folder
Text   3 14

Wobblers, Inc., 1945-1946 


  Box Folder
Text   3 15

Financial notes, 1945-1976, undated 


  Box Folder
Text   3 16

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Series 4, Photographs, 1941-1950 and undated 

Box
3
Folder
17

Mounted prints, undated 


  Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 1-4

Box

Unmounted prints, undated 

5

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