The Museum received a new donation today! One item was a panorama photo of the White House reception for the 2nd Pan American Red Cross Conference, Washington DC on May 26, 1926. The photo includes Louis Riley Daniels, M.D who was a pioneer in occupational health. The donor has pointed Dr. Daniels out with the sticky tab on the glass of the photo's frame.
The second item was a unique lightbulb, manufactured in 1919 by General Electric and owned by Hobart Brown, of Kinetic Sculpture racing fame. We don't have much information on what it was used for or where it came from, but our notes show it may have been used for projectors in the early days of film.
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