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Madeira, A Garden in the Sea

Clip #: TFA-57F
Length: 7:57
Year: 1931
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A tour of the island of Madeira in the 1930s

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Madeira

Clip #: TFA-115G
Length: 4:01
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1920s
Description:
A visit to the island of Madeira in the 1920s.

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Cruising The Mediterranean

Clip #: TFA-102A
Length: 38:05
Year: 1933
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1930s
Description:
A tour of the Southern Mediterranean aboard the S.S. Columbus in 1933

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Caronia Mediterranean Cruise

Clip #: TFA-46A
Length: 43:47
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
A Cunard Line advertising film, the cruise of the ship Coronia thru the Mediterranean with stops and side trips to many of the major cities with quick shots of interesting sights and maps showing route as the tour progresses. Tour starts along the African coast at Madeira to Tangiers, Malta,...

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