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Description: United States Travel Service film promoting travel throughout America in the 1970s

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Clip #: TFA-72B
Length: 11:13
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1970s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Original: 16mm
many aerial shots, big American flag, statue of liberty, Plymouth Rock, Boston, sailing ship, Niagara Falls, Philadelphia, Independence Hall, Amish farm, Washington, D.C., U.S. Capitol Building, Mt Vernon, Revolutionary war battle reenactment, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, Smokey Moutains reenactment of a gunfight, St Augustine, Florida, Kill devil Hill, Wright Brothers memorial, beach town, water sk show, paddlewheeler, antebellum mansions in Mississippi, Chippawa, Mackinaw, horse drawn carriage, grist mill, corn meal, corn field, St Louis arch, hiking mountains, Mt Rushmore, Black Hills Railroad, cavern exploring, elk, mountains, ghost town, moose, Yellowstone Ole Faithful, Buffalo Bill historical center, rodeo, wagon trains, silver mine towns, Durango Canyon train, indian sun temple, Mesa Verde national park cliff dwellers, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, Colorado River, Hoover Dam, gold miners (old photos), cactus, desert, spanish mission, bicycle riders, San Simeon, Bixby Bridge Big Sur, Hawaii, lava bed, volcanic crater, surfers, beach, more aerials

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