Page 9 shows the "thermal" copy of the contents
of the Dummy booklet shown on page 8. The copy is fast deteriorating
and will seemingly soon become completely unreadable. The already
hard to see handwritten notation on the lower right of the copy is as follows....
||"On October 14-17, 1959 the Post Office Dept. held an exhibition in
Detroit on the Parade of Postal Progress. One of the exhibits was
a vending machine for the distribution of Postal Cards, Envelopes, stamps
and stamp booklets. In order to illustrate the working of the machine
"dummy" stamps and booklets were used.
Gum breaker rolls used horizontaly only."