Kerosene Slide & Film Projector
This kerosene-powered projector from the U.S. Embassy in Singapore is an unusual device dating to the 1950s. It was used by diplomats, particularly those focused on public diplomacy efforts, to show slides or film strips to groups of people in areas with limited or no electricity.
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Kerosene Slide & Film Projector. c. 1950. National Museum of American Diplomacy, https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/kerosene-slide-film-projector
Kerosene Slide & Film Projector, c. 1950, National Museum of American Diplomacy, Washington, DC, https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/kerosene-slide-film-projector
(c. 1950). Kerosene Slide & Film Projector [Object]. National Museum of American Diplomacy, Washington, D.C., United States. https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/kerosene-slide-film-projector