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SS Normandie in New York

Clip #: AD-37
Length: 19:56
Year: 1930
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
1930s travelogue of French Line cruise ships, in particular the SS Normandie as it arrives in New York from Le Havre (possibly on its record-breaking maiden voyage on May 29, 1935). Extensive footage of the Normandie arriving into the New York Harbor accompanied by an entourage of boats and...

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SS Lafayette to Martinique

Clip #: AD-38A
Length: 23:21
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
1930s travelogue on the SS Lafayette luxury cruise ship which stops off in Martinique and Spain. Extensive footage of passengers sunbathing and enjoying recreational games on the sun deck, dining at buffets, gazing out at ocean vistas, and the ship’s captain overseeing operations in the...

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Norway

Clip #: TFA-4B-5
Length: 12:24
Year: 1930
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A cruise through the fjords of Norway in the 1930s.

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Cruising The West Indies: Nassau

Clip #: TFA-180B
Length: 7:49
Year: 1938
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A film about Nassau, Bahamas in the late 1930s from Andre de la Varre's Screen Traveler series.

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Switzerland

Clip #: TFA-330A
Length: 32:27
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1960s
Description:
Home movies from the 1960s in Switzerland.

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Martinique

Clip #: TFA-25C-2
Length: 8:39
Year: 1938
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A cruise to Martinique on the SS Lafayette luxury ocean liner in 1938.

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Alaska Cruise

Clip #: TFA-161H
Length: 13:33
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1950s
Description:
Home movies of a cruise in Alaska in the 1950s on the Alaska Steamship Co which leaves from Seattle

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Midnight Sun Pt 1

Clip #: AD-95-1
Length: 16:46
Year: 1937
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
French Line travelogue entitled "Midnight Sun" from the 1930s of the French Line cruise ship “Colombie” touring countries of the Atlantic Ocean with footage of passengers and sailors on cruise ships, mountains and ocean filled with icebergs and people of the region.

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From Athens Through the Adriatic to Venice

Clip #: AD-36
Length: 19:55
Year: 1930
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Travelogue from 1930 of Venice featuring prominent landmarks and vistas of the city. Extensive footage of the Piazza San Marco with well-known buildings / structures and tourists feeding pigeons. Excellent shots of gondoliers on the canals and beauty shots of the city at sundown / twilight....

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Lausanne

Clip #: TFA-169B
Length: 9:06
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
A tour of Lausanne Switzerland in the 1960s.

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