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Overnight To Nassau
Description: A film about flying to Nassau in the Bahamas in the 1940s in a DC-3

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Clip #: TFA-61A
Length: 23:55
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: Caribbean
Country: Nassau
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
Pan American Airways, Pan Am, Nassau, Bahamas, New Providence Island, Clipper, Lockheed DC-3 NC-2830 people boarding plane, plane taxiing, taking off, aerial Miami, Florida, Miami Beach, hotels, gulf stream, DC-3 in flight, clouds, coral reefs, tropical, Paradise Island, downtown Nassau harbor, passengers deplaning, Duke of Windsor, George Hall, pan Nassau, Fort Fincastle, cannons, docks, fishing boats, waterfront wharf, weaving mats baskets coconut straw, market, straw hats, woman posing horse drawn cart, palm tree lined street, royal poinciana flowers flame tree oleander bougainvillea passion flower British Colonial Hotel (now Hilton), Hotel Montague, Government House, Duke and Duchess of Windsor review police on steps of Christ Church Cathedral, Paradise Beach, umbrellas sunbathers bathing suits small sailboat, race cannon, Flamingo class boats, Bahama Country Club golf course, caddy, cocktails 19th hole water skiing, Capt Darcy Rutherford (water ski pioneer) deep sea game fishing swordfish blue marlin bait palm trees Adelaide village native straw slave huts negro villagers, making shell and fish scale jewelry, sea shell tiara, spongeschild taking bath, cruising, Treasure Island, Fort Jack McCutcheon, pirate cannon, ship figureheads, Sandy Cay, flamingos Andros Island, eggs nests chicks, plane takes off


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