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Description: An educational film by Carl Dudley about Arizona in the mid-1940s

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Clip #: TFA-221C
Length: 9:03
Year: 1945
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Carl Dudley
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Arizona
Subject: National Parks
Original: 16mm
1940s, Arizona, Monument Valley, deserts, mountain, cacti, seguaro cactus, Native American children and adults, Navajo Indians, mother with baby, Native American man and woman in modern attire walking on city sidewalk, Native American camp, Native Americans growing grain and weaving, Phoenix, cityscape, Tucson, buildings, street scenes, University of Arizona, students and campus buildings, United States-Mexico Border, Nogales, Sonora, Tombstone, "Welcome to Tombstone" sign, historic buildings, wagon, Bird Cage Theatre, Lucky Cuss silver mine, Boot Hill Graveyard sign, graves of Tom McLowery, Marshal White and Miles Sweeney, copper mines, open pit mines, copper smelter, lumber industry, men felling Ponderosa Pine tree, lumber train, water rushing from dam, man and woman bicycling on bridge over water, Coolidge Dam, Theodore Roosevelt Dam, Boulder Dam, agricultural workers, citrus field, workers picking crops, sugar beets, man pushing crates of head lettuce stacked on hand cart, cotton, date tree, worker picking dates from tree, packages of dates, grazing cattle and sheep, Petrified Forest National Monument Painted Desert Entrance, Petrified Forest National Park, men looking and walking on petrified wood, Monument Valley, dude ranch, cowboy roping steer, woman struggling to mount horse, trail ride through desert, Grand Canyon National Park, people riding mules down Grand Canyon, man looking at Grand Canyon viewpoint, "Arizona Welcomes You" sign, Arizona flag flying on flagpole, Native Americans, Navajo Indians, Phoenix, cityscape, copper mine, man holding pieces of copper, dam, agricultural worker walking through irrigated field, agricultural field, dude ranch, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, city buildings, street scenes, people horseback riding, people looking at Grand Canyon viewpoint, train passing by station, cactus

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