Film, Video Tying up bags for train, U.S.P.O. /
Articles and Essays with this item:
Letter Mail Handling
- Tying up bags for train, U.S.P.O. /
- Created / Published
- United States : American Mutoscope & Biograph Company, 1903.
- Subject Headings
- - Letter mail handling
- - Postal service--Employees
- - Copyright: American Mutoscope & Biograph Company; 22Aug03; H34971.
- - Cameraman, A. E. Weed.
- - Cameraman credit from Niver's, Early motion pictures, p. 342.
- - The camera shows the action of two postal employees as they remove mail sacks from the semicircular rack where they are placed so they can be filled with mail for their respective locations. The two postal employees stack the mail sacks on a cart in preparation for dispatch elsewhere.
- - Filmed August 7, 1903 in Washington, D.C.
- - Source used: Niver, Kemp R., Early motion pictures, 1985.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as digital files.
- - Received: 2/2000 from LC lab; ref print and dupe neg; preservation; Paper Print Collection.
- 1 reel of 1 (28 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. ref print.
- 1 reel of 1 (28 ft.) : si., b&w ; 16 mm. dupe neg.
- Call Number
- FLA 4064 (ref print)
- FRA 1248 (dupe neg)
- Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- awal 1050 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mbrsmi/awal.1050
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
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