I found this full role of developed film with a paper lining wrapped around a cardboard box which in turn had a cardboard band around it and the film to hold everything in place.
There’s no marks on the box itself- the film stock was Kodak Tri-X Safety Film, which I believe places them sometime after 1954 as this was the year Tri-X was introduced the market. The size of the frames seem a little large to me as I was unable to fit 6 across in my scanning rack- I’m not sure if this alludes to the camera used.
The roll contains mostly shots of a wedding and various families posed near country side houses. Most of the framing centers around the woman in the first photo which makes me think this was probably a relative of hers.