This Day - April 8 No 11 1922-1942

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Title reads: "This Day - April 8th". Short Documentary film about events around that date throughout the century.

Apr 1933 - President Franklin D Roosevelt repeals prohibition. Legal deliveries of alcohol to Governor of New York Al Smith. Shots of beer drinking.
Apr 1931 - American airship...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
82286
Sort Number:
DOCS
Time in/Out:
01:13:50:00 / 01:27:24:00
Canister:
DOCS
Film ID:
2811.02
Issue Date:
1922 - 1942

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