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UNITED STATES: Boy takes off gloves and pulls chunks of snow out of his jacket. UNITED STATES 1960s: Pan across interior room at Palace of Versailles. 1940s: UNITED STATES: central switchboard. Man announces time over broadcast apparatus. Man throws switch. Man monitors data Bermuda 1930s: Intertitle card. Man makes bed. Ocean. 1930s: UNITED STATES: close up of man's face. Clouds and sky. 1970s: U.S. Air Force FH-102 aircraft drives down runway. 1940s: Man adjusts microscope at table. Close up, man puts slide into microscope. 1970s: police officer standing behind table talking about setting up c4 with fuse 1960s: Herd of elephants walk in the middle of the jungle. Elephant walks over grass. 1930s: UNITED STATES: girl walks past camera. Family visit to Grand Canyon. Refreshment stop. Hermit's Rest visit. Lady looks at rock arch. Men dressed as Indians. Children at Hermit's Rest 1950s: Hand picks rice plants. Logs crush rice plants. Women and girls pound rice into flour. Men stamp on grain. 1950s: Boats float down narrow waterway, Lady sews.Buildings on waters edge, Man rows boat, Sail boat floats on water 1950s: Group of well-dressed couples outside of building. Building exterior, smiling couple couples exit and wave. 1940s: Long panning shot of glaciers. Pan from mountain to lake. 1950s: House and yard. People sit and eat at outdoor table. Women sit outside and have tea. 1940s: Train stopped next to silo. Man stands next to train. UNITED STATES 1940s: High angle view, chickens in pen / Boy and girl next to pen. UNITED STATES 1960s: Aerial view of Vatican City / Aerial view of Vatican City / Aerial view of Vatican City, St. Peter's Square. 1940s: UNITED STATES: view of explosion from directly above. Cloud column formation. Bermuda 1930s: Train travels through tunnel. Sign for beach. Women on beach. 1930s: UNITED STATES: man and boy set out fish nets. Seal skin boat on shore.
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