College For Trades 1961

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    College for Trades. Fallowfield, Manchester.

    L/S Domestic and Trades College at Manchester. L/S Elevated interior, student chefs preparing meals in the kitchen. M/S Teacher showing one of the students how to chop finely. M/S Another student breaking an egg into a pan, zoom in. M/S Chief waiter telling student waiters to go to their tables. M/S. Chef taking food from an oven.

    L/S Elevated, interior student chefs preparing meals in the kitchen. M/S Teacher showing one of the students how to chop something finely. M/S. Another student breaking an egg into a pan, zoom in. L/S Chief waiter telling student waiters to go to their tables. M/S Chef taking food from oven. L/S Waiters serving people at tables in the restaurant. M/S Waiter brings two bowls of soup to table. L/S Crowded restaurant. M/S Girl serving main meal to woman at table.

    Waiters serving people at the tables in the restaurant. M/S Waiter bringing two bowls of soup to a table. L/S Crowded restaurant. M/S Waitress serving main meal to woman at table. L/S Boys in college working sewing machines sewing heavy clothing. M/S Teacher instructing one of the boys. L/S Girls working at benches designing dresses.

    M/S Two girls working on dress on a dummy. M/S Woman seated at desk, pan to show women waiting in hairdressing salon. L/S Pan, students working in hairdressing salon. C/U Woman having her hair washed, pan up to student. M/S Teacher instructing one of the girls as she is doing a customer's hair. C/U Student working on customer's hair. C/U Girl showing off her new hairstyle.

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    01:48:17:00 / 01:49:30:00
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