5 Copies of This Film
1) 1542.0071_VHS
VHS; [? min.]; Sound; Color
2) 1542.0071a_INSP3/4
3/4inch-video; Sound; Color
3) 1542.0071b_INSP3/4
3/4inch-video; Sound; Color
4) 1542.0071a_VHS
VHS; Sound; Color
5) 1542.0071b_VHS
VHS; Sound; Color
[footage related to Jay Strike] NHF Tape #71
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Can Descriptions
Factual footage related to Jay Strike. Original footage is VHS videotape. Tape label as follows; tape numbers are NHF-assigned: 71. Snow in front of ice shack 1/23/88. Car-a-van in Rumford #2 Jay town meeting. 1/26/88 car-a-van to Berlin New Hampshire.
Viewing Notes
Part 1 Panning around a snow covered parking lot. A man speaking at a union meeting in Rumford, Maine. A band plays on stage. People in the audience hold hands and sing along. A woman speaking into a microphone. A man speaking into the microphone, at a town meeting for Jay, Maine. A man gets up to speak. People vote on a series of articles. Cut to people seated around tables at a different meeting, with one man standing to speak. Cut to a man seated in an armchair, speaking to the camera. He talks about union history and the strike, and appeals to retirees to write to their former companies. The man holds up a copy of the Lewiston Daily Sun newspaper, with a headline about the International Paper Co. [End of Tape] Part 2 A man in an armchair speaking to the camera, asking retirees to support the strike. Cut to two men on the roof of the International Paper Co. mill building, shoveling snow. Protestors yell at a truck driving to the building. A reporter and cameraman interview the group of protestors. People in a cafeteria, with banners for various unions. Various people speaking from a podium. A banner reads: ‘Jesse Jackson Stands with Labor ‘88’. People stand for the national anthem. Various speakers. [End of Tape]
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