Ordering From Us
All footage in The Travel Film Archive is represented for licensing either by Getty Images or the TFA Network of agents. The "Library" field for each clip indicates which library holds that clip. To place an order you can use our cart system and, depending on which clips you select, your request will be sent to the appropriate library and they will contact you to provide licensing information and complete the transaction. If you are ordering sections from an entire film or from a long clip, please make sure you record the in and out time codes for each section in the Notes box before adding it to the cart.
If you currently deal with either of these libraries you may also contact them directly and refer to the relevant Travel Film Archive clip number. Each Getty Images clip also contains a link which will take you directly to that clip on Getty's web site.
Clip #: TFA-63D Length: 20:13 Year: 1954 Sound: Sound Decade: 1950s Description: Presents the viewpoint that America has often unwisely used its land and forest resources, that all people are dependent upon the land and must, therefore, be directly concerned with the problems of conservation. Documents the misues of these resources and the resulting problems. Visits a New...
Clip #: TFA-65A Length: 31:20 Year: 1937 Sound: Sound Decade: 1930s Description: Shows the importance of the Mississippi River to the United States, and how farming and timber practices had caused topsoil to be swept down the river and into the Gulf of Mexico in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Clip #: TFA-118D Length: 19:44 Year: 1949 Sound: Sound Decade: 1940s Description: A film about conservation of the earth made in 1949 by the Conservation Foundation and the New York Zoological Society.