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Description: A tour of the state of Connecticut in the mid 1940s

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Clip #: TFA-71B
Year: 1947
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Carl Dudley
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Connecticut
Original: 16mm
Screen Book of Knowledge. This Land of Ours. Connecticut, map of United States, nutmeg state, Merritt Parkway, highway, cars, autumn foliage, small town, village green, revolutionary war statue, Nathan Hale statue, John Brown birthplace, Goshen, Litchfield, Lyman Beecher homestead, house, factories, washing machine tester, workers, assembly lines cabinet makers, looms, cotton, wool silk mills, Hartford, insurance capitol of the world, headquarters, state capitol building, New Haven, pan downtown, Yale University campus, dormitory, University of Connecticut at Storrs, New London, deep harbor, Groton, submarine building center, farms. horse drawn plow, dairy farm, cows, Guernsey, shade grown tobacco, leaves, horses, old water mill, country store, Old Farms, The Show Shop summer stock theatre drama, beach, bathers, Ocean Beach, Long Island Sound, sailboats, sailing, U.S. map, Nathan Hale statue, Hartford, New haven, Yale, University of Connecticut at Storrs, assembly lines, dairy farm, shade grown tobacco, commuter rains station, polo match, lighthouse. Dudley Pictures Corp

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