Texas State Library embossing machine
Hand-lever embossing machine, with top and bottom dies. Chrome finish. Die: T.S.L (at top of embossed circle), MS (at bottom of embossed circle).
Historical Note: This embossing machine was in the possession of Assistant State Librarian Ed Seidenberg before it was accessioned. Presumably it had been used to mark manuscript materials held by the Texas Library and Historical Commission (later to become TSLAC), though during what timeframe is unknown.
Related Collection: Texas State Library and Archives Commission records at the Texas State Archives.
Date range of creation:
1940 to 1945
Texas State Library and Archives Commission, 2015/242
Artifact Box 0233
Texas State Library
ATF0522, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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Size or duration:
3.75 in x 0.75 in x 2.5 in (greatest measure of dimension)