The set of ten is housed in its original paperboard holder. The photos are backlight so we can see the color images.
The slides came in a paper envelope (6.5" x 10") labeled Walt Disney Cartoon Characters. Interestingly, this particular envelope is marked as Set No. 6 - Dumbo, but it contained the Snow White slides. Retail price was $2.50 per set.
Above images and info courtesy of the Rick Payne Collection via dadric's attic.
Thanks to collector Michael Filippello, we get a look at the Snow White envelope, Set No. 3, which he has in his collection.
Each set also came with an informational insert with details on the specific slides and a promo for "The Hollywood Viewer"...retail $2.45.
The Hollywood Viewer and box.
A 1944 periodical advertisement (left) from Willoughbys camera store in NYC. You could get the set of 10 slides for $2.50; slides plus viewer $4.95. An ad from a July 1947 toy publication (right).
A couple slides as seen through the viewer.
Additional images courtesy of the Michael Filippello Collection.
In an era before the Cloud, Blu-ray, DVD, VHS, Super 8 reels or even television, full-color slides provided a simple, yet wonderful way to relive the Snow White experience long after it had left the movie theatre.