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Storm Window Manufacturing
Description: Metal storm window manufacturing at F.C. Russell Co

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Clip #: MF-27K
Length: 2:48
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Subject: Sports
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, boys playing football on house yard, man running out of house and yelling at boys for breaking house window with football, boy covered in mud dressed in football attire and helmet making telephone call to Frank C. Russell in his office, boy wearing suit and carrying football being greeted by Frank C. Russell at F.C Russell Company plant entrance, Frank C. Russell giving boy tour of plant as they watch workers manufacturing storm windows, storm windows being manufactured with weather resistant steel and aluminum, Frank C. Russell explaining that windows are combination storm windows / screen windows / weather stripping in one unit, Frank C. Russell and boy putting on protective goggles as they observe male workers soldering metal, window frame sections are bonderized, Frank C. Russell and boy watching as male worker sprays window frame with coat of paint, female workers inserting glass into frames and affixing panes into permanent place, male workers insert movable glass panels into windows, Frank C. Russell handing football over to boy and shaking hands with him, Frank C. Russell holding up window and smiling


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