Interview created as part of the research for the Anacostia Community Museum's "A Right to the City" exhibition.
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This videohistory documents the operation of a 19th-century mechanical cash carrier system used in a Penn Yan, New York department store.
Divided into 3 series.
Series 1: Original videos, 1995
Series 2: Master videos, 1995
Series 3: Reference videos, 1995
Biographical / Historical:
James Curbeau owned and operated the store.
Video documentation was created by the Lemelson Center and National Museum of American History staff, Bill Worthington, Division of Work and Industry (formerly Division of History of Technology) in September 1995.
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