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CA JPL-A 1442-42 · Item · [191-?]
Part of Artefact Collection

Contains one scale made by Henry Troemner, a German-American entrepreneur who made scales for the United States Mint and was mostly active in the 1840s to 1870s. Both scale dishes read "Henry Troemner Philad'a - 14 M - 751." A glass window on the side shows arrows which shift with added weight.

CA JPL-A 1052-[13] · File · [190-? - 191-?]
Part of Samuel Lapitsky Fonds

Contains family portraits of unidentified family members printed in Canada and likely in Ukraine/Russia, including solo portraits, infants, and group family photographs.

Small manuscript of spells
CA JPL-A 1383-[1] · File · [191-?]
Part of Yudel Rosenberg Fonds

Contains one incomplete manuscript, possibly a sequel of his published work, Raphael ha-Malakh. The booklet is an undated manuscript likely composed before Rosenberg left Europe, and contains a series of 87 spells and remedies Rosenberg had recorded for future publication. The booklet focuses more on the third section of the Raphael ha-Malakh which focuses on spells.

CA JPL-A 1442-26 · Item · [191-?]
Part of Artefact Collection

Contains a Newton & Co. Magic Lantern Projector for viewing "lantern slides," with electric illuminator. The side reads "Newton & Co - Opticians to the King - 8 Fleet Street London." Swinging door opens onto bulb. The company moved from Fleet Street in 1913; this model of magic lantern was produced between 1913 and 1920, indicating that this particular magic lantern was likely made in 1913.