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Description: An Office of War Information film about travel during wartime

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Clip #: TFA-173C
Length: 7:24
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: North America
Country: United States
Subject: Air Travel
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1940s, WWII, World War II, train station, announcement, people waiting, late, train, crowded train, shaking head no, hailing taxi, transportation, crowded bus, flat tire, gas station attendant pointing to "sorry, no gas" sign, office, Joseph B. Eastman, Director of Defense Transportation, teletype machines, teleprinters, reports, United States map, train pov of power lines and smoke, railway signal, railroad track switching, freight trains, waving, engineer sounding train horn, control room, train arriving at station, truck, driver, skipper, freight ship, cargo being loaded, talking on telephone, National Maritime Union of America, C.I.O, American Communications Association, passengers boarding American Airlines flagship airplane, airplane taking off, freight train passing through at night, engineer operating machinery, driving truck at night, arriving, train wheels stopping, train arriving at station


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