The 3 boxes this series started are part of my great-aunt’s archive. This one includes a book bound in an exposed rigid page coptic style over tapes/split-board binding. Pages are woodcut prints with surface applied color, laser transferred text and oil paintings. At the fore-edge of the three interior pages are wires that hold a swinging panel with laserprint text and painting. The box interior has a recessed compartment with a layer of duck feathers protected by an overglaze of mica. The top inside of the lid has an original photograph taken in the 40’s; the outside lid has an enlargement of the same photograph, with the title etched in a protective layer of mica. Sandwiched between the photo and the mica is free floating teal feather.