For Posterity 1932

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Full title reads: "In the Tyrol. For Posterity. Gondola in which Prof. Piccard made record ascent (10 miles), hauled down mountainside on first stages of journey to National Museum in Brussels."

Tyrol Mountains, Austria.

High in the snowcapped mountains. L/S group of skiers are moving...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
4940
Sort Number:
32/034
Time in/Out:
01:07:13:00 / 01:08:16:00
Canister:
32/34
Film ID:
673.07
Issue Date:
28/04/1932

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