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UNITED STATES: 1940s: girl sits in chair. Children prepare to watch movie with parents. United States: 1960s: Lady sews badge on sailor's uniform. Lady bites cotton thread. Lady holds uniform against man. United States: 1960s: ship at sea. Ship in icy water. Men work on ice. Men set up science station in snow. United States: 1960s: sailor and wife shop for a house. Sailor gives baby to lady. Ladies at meeting United States: 1960s: lady holds hand of boy on hospital trolley. Doctor sees boy. Doctor talks to lady. UNITED STATES 1950s: A woman preparing her ingredients to bake is bothered by a fly. UNITED STATES 1950s: As a family plays ball, house flies feed on their food. UNITED STATES 1950s: A closeup of eggs laid by a house fly compared to a pencil point. UNITED STATES 1950s: A fly emerges from its pupal case, head first. UNITED STATES 1950s: A woman throws away garbage into a trash can. UNITED STATES 1950s: A fish struggles after biting the bait hooked onto a fisherman's pole. 1950s: UNITED STATES: Baking Soda on shelf in box.  Smoke escapes from oven. Lady closes oven door. Lady turns off oven UNITED STATES: 1940s: lady brings chair for children United States: 1960s: lady cooks food on stove. Side profile of woman's face. Lady gives breakfast to man. Man looks at lady. United States: 1960s: lady dusts shelf. Lady looks at photo in frame. Lady walks with friend. Doctor weighs lady. Women arrive at church United States: 1960s:  ladies chat, smile, and nod at meeting. United States: 1960s: side profile of woman's face. Lady stands next to doctor. Boy with bandage on head leaves hospital with mum. UNITED STATES 1950s: Filthy, decaying, unsanitary places and conditions where flies frequent. UNITED STATES 1950s: Many flies feed from a garbage dump. UNITED STATES 1950s: Fly eggs develop into larvae within 5 to 14 days in a suitable medium. UNITED STATES 1950s: Pupae emerge to the top of debris before flies emerge out of their pupal cases.
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