Abstract: In combination with a carrying case having a chamber, there is provided an article organizer removably enclosed therein. The organizer comprises a first upright wall with a bottom wall along one edge hinged thereto as an extension thereof. An upright second wall is hinged to the other edge of the bottom wall as an extension thereof. Upright end walls are hinged to opposite ends of the first side wall as extensions thereof. Foldable flaps extend from the other side of each end wall adapted for securing to the second side wall, employing snap fasteners. A series of article storage pockets are arranged upon the interiors of said side and end walls, and upon the exterior of said side walls, said side, end and bottom walls adapted to lie in a single plane to facilitate selective filling of said pockets. Said series of pockets all cooperating to provide the traveler with a convenient, readily and easily accessible storage for most of the personal articles normally carried.
Abstract: A carry-on luggage bag comprises a housing of flexible material including side, end and bottom walls with top closure flaps interconnected by a zipper. An elongated liner of U shape is mounted upon and spans the side walls, with the bottom wall of the liner spaced from the housing bottom wall to define an auxiliary storage chamber. One side wall is cut away adjacent said auxiliary chamber defining a side flap closed by a zipper. An upright divider is mounted upon the liner bottom wall defining a first storage chamber, adapted to receive, store and enclose a tote bag.Said tote bag includes a housing of flexible material having side, end and bottom walls, top closure flaps and a zipper interconnecting said flaps. An elongated liner of U shape is mounted upon and spans the tote bag side walls, with the bottom of the liner spaced from the tote bag bottom wall to define an auxiliary storage chamber. One side wall of the tote bag is longitudinally slit adjacent the latter storage chamber, closed by a zipper.