• Moscow 1929 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Moscow 1929 film shows panoramic and static views of historic buildings in Moscow such as Gornaya Akademiya (currently Moscow State Mining University), Moscow Kremlin and its towers at Red Square, Pas…

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  • Moscow 1934 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Moscow 1934 film shows crowded street scenes with trolley cars, horse-drawn carts, and pedestrians in Moscow and notable buildings such as Bolshoi Theater Building, Sukharev Tower (demolished in 1934)…

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  • Four cities of the Orient [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    Four cities of Oriental depicts historic sites, cultural tourist spots, and daily life of people in Bangkok and Thonbury of Thailand, Angkor of Cambodia, Aberdeen of Hong Kong, and Kyoto of Japan. It…

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  • Finland - Russia - Hamburg - Netherlands - Ireland [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    This film shows the North Cape Cruise on the M/S Gripsholm. Scenery of Helsinki, Helsinki Cathedral, Parliament building, statue of Czar Alexander I, University of Helsinki. Saint Petersburg (Leningra…

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  • Daghestan 1929 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Reel 7 of William O. Field film shows The Greater Caucasus Mountains in Daghestan. Various scenes of villagers and daily life are seen. Grayscale Silent

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  • Japan [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    Japan is a travelogue of the Herzfeld'd cruise trip to Japan. It features various tourist spots around Japan, including Shinto shrines, Nara Deer Park, Lake Hakone, and Buddhist temple and statue. Seq…

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  • Moscow 1934 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Moscow 1934 film shows classroom scenes with boys studying and reading at desks, and crowded street scenes with fire engines, trolley cars, and pedestrians. Sequences also include Likhachev Palace of…

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  • Burma: Far East [Motion Picture Film]

    Sorensen, Clarence Woodrow, 1907-1982

    Burma Far East shows daily life of people and religious culture in Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, , Singapore, and Philippines. Many different fishing boats, laundry sequences, and stilted homes are sh…

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  • Moscow 1934 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Moscow 1934 film mostly shows city street senes with people, horse-drawn carriages, automobiles and street cars. The film also presents historic buildings such as Gornaya Akademiya (currently, Moscow…

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  • African Islands [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    This film shows Madagascar, Seychelles Islands and Port Victoria. Color Silent RBR Shelf

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  • Spain - Majorca - Lisbon [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    Passengers shooting off side of ship, village/city scenes in portugal. Cathedral of Seville, gardens and tour. Alhambra Palace and gardens. Barcelona elephant statue at city park, ornate fountain, Sag…

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  • Around the World in 106 Days [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    Around the World in 106 Days film begins in New York at the Cunard Line Caronia building for the start of a world cruise. There are views of the ship and a 'Neptune' theatrical play onboard ship. The…

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  • Egypt - Arabia [Motion Picture Film]

    Sorensen, Clarence Woodrow, 1907-1982

    Egypt to Arabia films shows vairous scenes of volcanos, ports and shipping, city life, agriculture, and sailboats. Clarence Sorensen is also seen in the film. Grayscale Silent

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  • Moscow 1934 [Motion Picture Film]

    Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994

    Moscow 1934 film mostly shows city street senes with people, horse-drawn carriages, automobiles and street cars. The film also presents historic buildings such as the Peterhof Palace and grounds, the…

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  • India [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    India is a travelogue about historic cities in India including Mumbai, Jaipur, New Delhi, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra and Varanasi. The film presents historic landmarks in each city such as City Wall of Jaip…

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  • Gripsholm North Cape Cruise [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    The North Cape Cruise films shows the M/S Gripsholm cruise ship, Leif Ericson Statue, Hammerfest frozen mother and children sculpture at town square, Hammerfest Church, travel through the Arctic Cirlc…

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  • A Trip to Europe [Motion Picture Film]

    Herzfeld, Richard Phillip (1898-1980)

    This film begins in New York at the port of the Cunard Queen Mary Cruise Ship, May 20th, 1949. There are scenes of the ship and passengers on the ship. The first scenes of England are London at the Ha…

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  • Europe Original [Motion Picture Film]

    Sorensen, Clarence Woodrow, 1907-1982

    Europe Original shows a city life in an unknown European country (or countries). The film mainly focuses on the street scenes with people in different clothing, horse carriages, structures, and crowd…

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