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1) 1682.0005_F16
Film; 16mm film; [375 ft.]; Silent; b&w
2) 1682.0001-.0005_VHS
NTSC video (interlaced); VHS; Silent; b&w and color
3) 1682.0001-.0006_BSP
NTSC video (interlaced); BetaCamSP; Silent; b&w and color
4) 1682.0001-.0006_DVD
NTSC video (interlaced); DVD; Silent; b&w and color
Washington, D.C., 1938--Robert Hoadley Whipple--home movies. Reel 5
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Identifier
1682.0005
Date(s)
1938
Credit:

Credit: Whipple Legacy Collection, Northeast Historic Film.

Abstract
Black-and-white home movies of 1938 visit to Washington, D.C.
Can Descriptions
On can: “Washington, May 28-30, 1938”
Viewing Notes
Travel film begins with views of Washington, D.C., from the top of the Washington Monument, looking toward the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, and the U.S. Capitol Building. A sequence at Arlington National Cemetery begins with a distant view of the Washington Monument and includes footage of the guard changing ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns and of the U.S.S. Maine Memorial. The reel also includes brief shots of various D.C. sites, attractions, and buildings, and ends on a shot of the Capitol dome.
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