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All footage from The Travel Film Archive is available for licensing in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland from April Film & Bild. When you use our cart system your request will be sent directly to April Film & Bild, they will provide you with licensing information, and you will complete the transaction with them. If you currently deal with April Film & Bild you may also contact them directly and refer to the relevant Travel Film Archive clip number. If you are ordering clips from an entire film, please make sure also you note the in and out time codes for each clip. The Travel Film Archive does not license clips directly.



    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Cincinnati Flood

Clip #: TFA-375D
Length: 08:39
Year: 1937
Sound: Silent
Decade: 1930s
Description:
An amateur film about the disastrous flood in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1937

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New Electronic Thermometer, 1950s

Clip #: MF-26A-3
Length: 3:12
Year: 1955
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
Medical Research Institute Inc in Cincinnati, Ohio develops a new electronic thermometer.

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Ohio

Clip #: TFA-190D
Length: 9:05
Year: 1947
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1940s
Description:
A tour of Ohio in 1947 from the Carl Dudley "This Land of Ours" series.

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Inland Waterways in the Development of America's Transformation

Clip #: TFA-59D
Length: 15:42
Year: 1956
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
An educational film about the development of canals and rivers in the U.S. for transporation and commerce

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Ohio

Clip #: TFA-83B
Length: 9:03
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1950s
Description:
A tour of the state of Ohio in the 1950s

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The River

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.

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Shortest Way Home

Clip #: TFA-240A
Length: 36:59
Year: 1948
Sound: Sound
Decade: 1940s
Description:
A promotional film used to promote travel by Greyhound bus, using one soldier’s travels to highlight great cities, historic sites, and tourist attractions across America as he follows his war nurse all over the country to confess his love.

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