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Furniture For Today
Description: Furniture is manufactured at the Johnson-Carper Furniture Company in Roanoke, Virgina. Clip also includes short industrial film about America's increase in industrial capacity post World War II.
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Clip #: MF-21D
Length: 2:57
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Virginia
Subject: Manufacturing
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Roanoke, Virginia, woman retrieving pantry items from kitchen cabinets, woman moving floral centerpiece from buffet onto dining room table, woman wiping clean convertible tabletop, convertible tabletop being changed to different setting, Johnson-Carper Furniture Company, truck carrying stacked lumber entering building, workers cutting raw lumber to size using automatic saw machine, cut pieces being finished with veneer that is glued on with pressure and heat, assembly department, stacked lumber, workmen gluing and joining dresser components together and putting into press to ensure perfect bonding and symmetry, workers sanding and polishing finished dressers, workman putting “Fashion Trend by Johnson-Carper” tag on dresser, workman moving dresser wrapped in protective paper, furniture including dressers displayed in store / showroom, 1950s, World War II, industrial capacity, factory under construction, male factory workers using machines, men and women looking at architectural model, male and female factory workers, howitzer being hoisted, airplane propeller starting up, United States Air Force airplane taking off from runway


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