Oscillograph - Jumble
A cluster of components forms the sweep oscillator of the Clough-Brengle oscillograph. The radial-leaded resistors are essentially carbon rods attached to wires and painted with colors indicating their resistance.
Color code for these resistors works as follows: The body color is the most significant digit, the end cap color is the second digit, and the dot on the body is the multiplier. The colors themselves have the same meaning as today.
These resistors are probably of the +/-20% tolerance variety. They are actually trimmed; a single gash in the side indicates where resistive material was removed during production to dial in the value.
For some reason this picture reminds me of a Frank Lloyd Wright building...