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New England Shrines

Clip #: TFA-243B
Length: 16:25
Year: 1944
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1940s
Description:
Pathe’ Educational film about prominent historical buildings and sites in Massachusetts.

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New England Holiday

Clip #: TFA-36C
Length: 13:08
Year: 1945
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1940s
Description:
A tour through new England in 1945

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Boston Common And Proper

Clip #: TFA-92A
Length: 9:09
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1920s
Description:
A tour of Boston, Massachusetts in the 1920s, including many aerial views.

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Landmarks of the American Revolution - Pt II

Clip #: MF-33A
Length: 15:59
Year: 1920
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
Part II of a Ford Educational Library film about the American Revolution.

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New England - Yesterday and Today

Clip #: TFA-95A
Length: 18:34
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1940s
Description:
Promotional film by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company about New England in the 1940s

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