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Description: Diamond Power Specialty Corp makes industrial television camera systems in Ohio

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Clip #: MF-27A
Length: 3:05
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Ohio
Subject: Television
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Lancaster, Ohio, female bank customer trying to cash check at different branch, teller calling womanís branch to verify her signature, female worker at womanís branch transmitting image of check wither womanís signature via industrial television, manís hand holding up womanís check to televised image of her signature on screen, Diamond Power Specialty Corporation building, industrial television camera systems, male glassblower fabricating shells of camera tubes, female worker putting together electronic components of industrial tubes, female worker examining completed industrial tube, female workers assembling industrial Utiliscope cameras, man mounting Utiliscope to be used outdoors into housing to protect from weather, Utiliscope mounted inside housing being used outside to monitor trucks arriving and departing warehouse, camera being used to film patients in hospital, nurse keeping track of young girl lying in hospital bed remotely by watching televised image of her on camera monitor while she does other work


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