Glass 1933

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Note: Location of the events unknown

Full titles read: "GLASS - With Care !"

M/S from inside a glass factory, of workman pulling molten glass out of a furnace on the end of a blow pipe. L/S's of the glass being moulded into shape to make a jar. The narrator informs us that "the process...

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Cataloguer:
Howard
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
37373
Sort Number:
PT 145
Time in/Out:
01:51:17:00 / 01:53:04:00
Canister:
PT 145
Film ID:
1068.28
Issue Date:
02/01/1933

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