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1997 calendar

Major collection: Holography
Named collection: Holography Collection
Object type: hologram
Maker: Crown Roll Leaf, Inc.
Date made: 1996
Materials: embossed mylar foil (white light transmission); foil
Measurements: 18 in x 12 in
Nomenclature: commercial
Classification: holograms

Large flip-top calendar, with each page showing one month and a rainbow-colored embossed hologram on foil at the top of the page; each hologram features an important invention; front page is white stock and reads `1997, Crown Roll Leaf, Inc.' in embossed letters; a hole cut out of the top of the front page reveals the calendar's first hologram; calendar begins in December 1996 and runs through December 1997; the 13 holograms are: Wright Brothers Plane, Television, Computer Circuitry, Telephone, Microscope, Helicopter, Automobile, Satellite, Atomic Submarine, Sewing Machine, Light Bulb, Printing Press, and Phonograph.

A short caption under each hologram gives the invention's name and date of invention; contact information for Crown Roll Leaf is given at the bottom of every page.

Gift of Crown Roll Leaf, Inc.