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Housefly's Nemisis
Description: Saran powder is processed into fiber at the National Plastic Products Company plant in Odenton, Maryland and lumite into insect screen cloth at the Chicopee Manufacturing Corporation in Georgia.
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Clip #: TFA-315G
Length: 3:35
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Maryland
Subject: Factories
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Maryland, Odenton, National Plastic Products Company plant, tons of saran powder arriving at factory, male factory worker using forklift, male factory workers, saran powder being further processed into fiber, heavy strands of plastic coming out of extruder, saran turning into filament, boxes of saran filament traveling on conveyor, truck transporting saran from plant, Georgia, Lumite Division Chicopee Manufacturing Corporation, boxes of saran traveling down conveyor, fiber being rewound onto bobbins that will shuttle back and forth in weaving to make cross strands, male factory workers using machines, male factory worker loading spools to be rewound onto larger rolls, roll of saran thread being renewed, mechanical tire joining strands, loom going into action, female factory workers manning looms, insect screen cloth being made on looms, men boxing up rolled up insect screen cloth and stacking, woman in house near water unrolling insect screen cloth, woman hammering insect screen cloth into place on window frame and cutting excess off, woman mounting insect screen window into place on house

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