Camera Flash

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Description
a) A Taron Pocket Flash with a white plastic body. On the back is a black and white guide for controlling exposure. On the front are sectioned pieces of metal that can be fanned out and attached so that they form a cone. On this metal section is "Taron" in red lettering. Attached to the main body …
Other Names
Taron Pocket Flash
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
a) A Taron Pocket Flash with a white plastic body. On the back is a black and white guide for controlling exposure. On the front are sectioned pieces of metal that can be fanned out and attached so that they form a cone. On this metal section is "Taron" in red lettering. Attached to the main body is a small black cord with a small plug at the end of it. b) A brown leather case to hold the flash with a small strap attached to either side. A flap attaches at the front of the case with a snap and embossed on the flap is "Taron". On the back is "MADE IN JAPAN". c) Top of cardboard box to hold flash. The outside is red with black pattern and says "Taron POCKET FLASH GUN BC TYPE MADE IN JAPAN" in gold lettering. d) White bottom of the box. e) The lightbulb for the flash with a gold metal bottom. f) Small metal piece. g) Small white booklet of instructions for pocket flash.
Narrative
Donated by Loretta Briggs. The items were left by Joy Madsen (nee Jenkins) at a yard sale. Joy moved to the U.S.
Height
a) 2.9 b) 3.7 c) 4.6 d) 4.6 e) 3.4 f) 1.6
Width
a) 4.7 b) 5.8 c) 6.7 d) 6.5 g) 27
Length
a) 9.8 b) 11 c) 12 d) 11.5 g) 9.5
Number Of Parts
7
Accession No.
2012.20.1 a-g
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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