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Cruising The West Indies: Nassau
Description: A film about Nassau, Bahamas in the late 1930s from Andre de la Varre's Screen Traveler series.

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Clip #: TFA-180B
Length: 7:49
Year: 1938
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Andre de la Varre
Region: Caribbean
Country: Nassau
Subject: Ocean Liners
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, Nassau, Bahamas, shore views from cruise ship deck, women leaning against deck railing, passengers disembarking ship, West Indian diving boys, tender transporting passengers to shore, boat POV Nassau Harbor and waterfront, docked sponge fleet boats, tender docking, passengers disembarking tender, tourists walking on pier, tourists shopping at straw market, straw hats, docked sponge fleet fishing boats, boats filled with livestock and sponges, fishermen, baskets of sponges on pier, fishermen loading sponges into cart and being transported to merchant warehouse, horse drawn cart, sponges spread on the ground for drying, male and female workers trimming sponges, pile of sponges, female tourists examining giant sponge, traffic and pedestrians crossing Bay Street, horse drawn carriages, pedestrians on sidewalk, flowers and trees lining Bay Street, Post Office, Parliament Square, Queen Victoria Statue, government buildings, courthouse, cityscape, woman walking along promenade, passengers on tender traveling towards cruise ship, passengers walking on cruise ship deck, woman leaning against deck railing looking at coast, sunset over ocean


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