National Center for Film and Video Preservation Collection
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Primary Format and Extent
film (734 ft.) : si., b&w ; 35 mm. arch pos.
Collection Date Range
1920 - 1976
Summary
Collection contains a nature work titled "Crayfish and Stickleback," which includes a scene of onlookers surrounding a person holding a 35-pound Portland lobster. This film is part of a nature film series. Collection also includes CBS News' "The Spirit of America with Charles Kuralt." "New England" is an educational film from McGraw-Hill Films' "United States Geography Series."
Biographical/Historical Notes
The American Film Institute's National Center for Film and Video Preservation is located in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.; the film was donated through the Human Studies Film Archives, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.
Genre(s)
Nature , Educational
Place(s)
Items in this collection: 2
Showing 1 - 2 of 2:
1) Part One: Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine
Series description: ''The Spirit of America with Charles Kuralt' is a search...to find what was and what is the Spirit of America.' Film synopsis: Part One 'takes place in four New Engl...more
2) New England
Series description: 'The United States Geography Series' depicts life in eight principle regions of the U.S. Basic concepts and issues covered: the influence of tradition and cultural h...more
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