4 Copies of This Film
1) 1801.0001_F16
16mm film; [1200 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 1801.0001_unknown
3) 1801.0001.02_F16
16mm film; [1200 ft.]; Silent; b&w
4) 1801.0001.01_F16
16mm film; [1200 ft.]; Silent; b&w
The Goodall Summertime: The Story of Warm Weather Profits
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Identifier
1801.0001
Date(s)
1932
Can Descriptions
Date from edge code on film. // With intertitles. Was originally on 4 reels (numbered 1-4 by NHF). // Promotional industrial film created for the Sanford Mills in Sanford, Maine. Film for the garment trade promoting Palm Beach suits for summer wear. Starts with actors portraying young woman and father at the beach. Later, visit to factory in Sanford, Maine, and interior views of dyeing, cutting and other processes. http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=G000276 Louis B. Goodall appears in the film.
Abstract
Cited in Dressing Down: Modernism, Masculinity, and the Men's Leisurewear Industry in California, 1930--1960 by William Ramsey Scott, Berkeley PhD Dissertation, 2007
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This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information
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