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Ottawa On The River
Description: A film about the Canadian city of Ottawa
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Clip #: TFA-124B
Length: 17:35
Year: 1941
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Region: North America
Country: Canada
City: Ottawa
Original: 16mm
Ottawa River, lion statue, tourists, Mountie, cameras, arch of the House of Commons, Peace Tower, Memorial Chamber WWI monument, stained glass windows, sailors, Pan across Ottawa, Supreme Court Building, Bank of Canada, Dept of Agriculture, Laurentian Hills, indians paddling canoe, Chaudière Falls, logs in water, logging, loggers, timber, jack ladder, lumber piles, damn, lumber mills, hydroelectric, Hull, locks, freighter, men unloading coal with steam shovel,tugboat, popcorn cart, kids buying popcorn, sandlot stickball, baseball, boys on bicycles, suburban street, mothers with baskets in farmers market, produce, street market, pulp factory, pedestrians, House of Commons, Senate Red Chamber, National War memorial Plaza, Rideau canal, playground, landscaped park, family gets in car to go to the country, teenagers running out of cabin and jumping in lake with bathing caps, national park in Gatineau hills, view from King mountain, snow on Center Town, Ottawa Basilica, men shoveling snow with snow shovels, frozen ice, ice skating, backyard hockey, smoking train over bridge, ski lodge, skiing, Orrawa Ski Club, Camp Fortune Lodge, Kingsmere, tugboats frozen in river, pre-Cambrian shield,

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