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Venice

Clip #: TFA-3B-5
Length: 9:09
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1960s
Description:
Various, people on a busy street stairway, a market selling foods and fish. Large cargo gondolas being loaded with foodstuffs, men running back and forth carrying loads, crates, boxes and sacks, some on their heads.

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London's Food Markets

Clip #: TFA-258G
Length: 17:34
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
The prominent produce, meat and fish markets of Central London.

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Venice

Clip #: TFA-3B-1
Length: 4:14
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1960s
Description:
POV boat as it nears Isola di San Gorgio Maggiore. Various Venice at and near Palazzo Ducale, gondolas and many being manned as tourists ride, tourists on a sunny day,

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Glimpsing Gondolas

Clip #: TFA-232G
Length: 4:04
Year: 1928
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
Glimpses of Venice and Rome, Italy in the 1920s.

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Venice

Clip #: TFA-3B-4
Length: 7:11
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1960s
Description:
Various, gondola passes in front of Isle San Maggiore, gondolas, power sightseeing boat, POV as boat sails in canal, bridges, buildings and sights on sides of canal, gondoliers working their boats, sign “Traghetto – servizio – gondole”, many gondolas in the canal.

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Venice

Clip #: TFA-3B-3
Length: 8:24
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1960s
Description:
Many outdoor cafes, vendor selling picture cards, Palazzo Ducale, various in the square, child hand feeding pigeons, woman feeding pigeons, various statues. Good shot over Piazza and the Palazzo to Isle San Maggiore, people on the church bell tower, HA to very crowded Piazza.

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Design For Africa

Clip #: TFA-259B
Length: 6:42
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
Details how the United Africa Company manufactures printed textiles in Manchester, England, which are then shipped to Africa to be sold.

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New Horizons - Pakistan

Clip #: TFA-112D
Length: 12:22
Year: 1960
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1960s
Description:
A trip to Pakistan with Pan American Airways in 1960.

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Cities Of Netherland India

Clip #: TFA-9A-4
Length: 12:20
Year: 1936
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
Burma – bare breasted women carry heavily loaded baskets on heads and set them down on the beach. Primitive village, men jumping over high stele, soldiers with primitive armor dance in street. Various CUs natives with ornate headdresses. 17:24:42 - 17:29:47 >>> Burma?? – Bare breasted...

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Lavender Production, France

Clip #: TFA-320F
Length: 1:41
Year: 1920
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
Women gather flowers to be sold at a large flower market and transported via railroad.

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