It also contained the plastic discs for the AZA Attachment which "offers the possibility for completing automatic embroidering any ornamental design by simply running your machine!" I love the text of old manuals.
His wife also had a buttonholer with all the fixin's. The original instructions are under the buttonholer.
From left to right: buttonhole presser foot, quilting guide with clamp, zigzag hemming presser foot, and straight stitch hemming foot.
L-r: looks like a zipper foot (it's not in the manual), cording and zipper foot, darning presser foot, blindstitching foot, plastic invisible zipper foot, rolling foot (??this isn't in the manual -- is it for leather?)
L-r: needle foot plate for embroidery and darning, needle plate for straight stitching, straight guide, levers for the wonder wheel, don't know, assorted screws.
I'm super excited about the feet and the buttonholer. I'm hoping to use the buttonholer with my jeans for the sew-along. It does keyhole buttons too. I've never seen one used and know nothing about it but I'll see if I can get it working. Speaking of the Jeans Sew Along. Want to join?? I set up a thread over at PatternReview.com. All the information on rivets, fabric, pre-treating, etc. is being discussed over there! Join us!